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Many words contain the letters th. These are just a few of them.

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I think my spelling will improve if I practise every day.
Thank you for the invitation to the party.
The bear has thick fur.
Stray cats are often very thin.
The wedding cake was in three tiers.
He came third in the race.
I won a thousand dollars in the draw.
I thought the film was really good.
Fast fairground rides give me a thrill.
I keep sneezing and my throat is sore.
Is it a burning pain or is it more like a throb?
He kicked the ball through the window.
I want to throw a snowball at my brothers.
A thrush has speckled plumage.
The thunder made a tremendous noise.
Silk is a very fine type of cloth.
May is the fifth month.
Today is the tenth anniversary of our marriage.
A centimetre is a unit of length.
Superman had superhuman strength.

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