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SS1: ENGLISH LANGUAGE - 1ST TERM

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In the following  words, the consonants /s/ and /t/ are followed by the sound /w/. sweep, sweat, sweet, swing, swap, twist, twig, twin, twine, swim, suite.

You must try to pronounce the two consonant sounds at the beginning of the words together without inserting a vowel sound between them. For instance, pronounce sweep /swi:p/, not /siwi:p/.

In the following words, the consonant /k/ is followed by /w/: quotient, quite, quiet, quit, quiver, quiz, quorum, quota, quotation, question, quibble, quick, quarry, quarrel, quarter, qualm, quadrangle, qualification.

Please note that the consonants /k/ and /w/ must be pronounced separately when they occur together in a word. The English language does not have /kw/ as one sound

Class Activity:

List ten (10) words in which /w/ follow a consonant and use the words in sentences.

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