Spelling the sound /ar/: ar, al or just a ?

Make the sentence make sense by changing one word in each line to
one that rhymes.

The first one has been done as an example.

Spot the wrong word

Type the correct word here

You're looking very tart today.
Some mushrooms are armful if eaten.
Farm animals are kept in a yarn.
My son is afraid of the bark.
Leave your bike in the lard.
Mark starved his name on the tree.
That knife looks very carp.
Martin got bitten by a spark.
How much will you barge me for that?
The film darts at 8 pm.
Garth marked his car carefully.
In the army they learn to starch.


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