Homophones for Units 4 and 5

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This unit tests you on homophones where the consonant sounds may have different spellings.
For example:

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c or ck w or wh
sh, ch or ti f or ph
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Spot the mistake in each sentence.

Type the correct word:

I've dropped my money down that whole.
Tell me witch cake you would like.
I don't know weather to have any cake.
It's quiet a long way to walk.
The profit said a holy man would come.
Don't chute, I'll come quietly.
I was a holy amazing sight.
The pipes are making a wining noise.


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Unit 4-5H Homophones: consonant sounds and consonant digraphs
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