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Look at this grapheme. How do we usually say it? ea Soundtalk these words seahead. What is the problem?
If you sound talk a word and it doesn't sound right, try it again with the alternative phoneme.
sea head Which column should these words go in? treat bleat instead bread dread read
Soundtalk each word then write it on your whiteboard in a phoneme frame. Listen to the phonemes to hear how many boxes you need. seahead freakthread
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