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Study the word list: Some ch words

The usual way to spell the sound /ch/ is with the letters ch.

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There was a broken link in the chain.
Her eyes were enough to charm me.
Do you have time for a quick chat?
Protein is found in meat, fish and cheese.
Would you like a cherry with your ice-cream?
I challenge you to a game of chess.
They had chicken for lunch.
Could you chop some wood for the fire?
We need to choose a new leader.
The bridegroom was late for church.
They sat together on the park bench.
He bought me a huge bunch of flowers.
They went by coach to the beach.
Have a biscuit with your lunch.
In the army they learn to march.
This is the first draft of my speech.
The teacher gave me good advice.
In the USA a torch is called a flashlight.

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