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Final-ch words by Jeanne Guichard
coach The coach told Rich to sit on the bench.
touch Don’t touch the water in the ditch.
sandwich Ms. Leach ate a sandwich for lunch.
inch Moving the bench an inch was a cinch.
march The band will march after lunch.
watch Mitch left his watch on the couch.
witch The witch flew over the birch branch.
branch The finch will perch on the branch.
beach Butch and Rachael played with the beach ball at the beach.
bench Rich sat on the bench under the branch.
pitch The coach will teach Butch to pitch.
punch Dutch drank the peach punch.
ostrich The ostrich will hatch on the ranch.
torch He struck a match to light each torch.
porch Mitch sat on a bench on the front porch.
scratch Don’t scratch the bites that itch.
ranch Dutch will move to the ranch in March.
speech Mitch will give a speech in French when he visits France.
wrench Patch used a wrench to loosen the latch.
lunch Mitch ate spinach for lunch.
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