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batted Words that end in –ed or -ing
getting Words that end in –ed or -ing
pinned Words that end in –ed or -ing
running Words that end in –ed or -ing
shopping Words that end in –ed or -ing
sitting Words that end in –ed or -ing
clapped Words that end in –ed or -ing
stepped Words that end in –ed or -ing
stopped Words that end in –ed or -ing
hugging Words that end in –ed or -ing
know Silent gh, kn, b
knee Silent gh, kn, b
knife Silent gh, kn, b
high Silent gh, kn, b
light Silent gh, kn, b
daughter Silent gh, kn, b
numb Silent gh, kn, b
bomb Silent gh, kn, b
lamb Silent gh, kn, b
puppy Sound of y at the end of longer words
very Sound of y at the end of longer words
many Sound of y at the end of longer words
baby Sound of y at the end of longer words
lady Sound of y at the end of longer words
only Sound of y at the end of longer words
lucky Sound of y at the end of longer words
funny Sound of y at the end of longer words
cookie Sound of y at the end of longer words
happy Sound of y at the end of longer words
silly Sound of y at the end of longer words
me Sound of y at the end of longer words
be Sound of y at the end of longer words
furry Sound of y at the end of longer words
angry Sound of y at the end of longer words
air high frequency words
child high frequency words
heavy high frequency words
hour high frequency words
afraid high frequency words
early high frequency words
half high frequency words
heard high frequency words
minute high frequency words
only high frequency words
warm high frequency words
winter high frequency words
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