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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.
I bought a charm for my charm bracelet.
Do you have time for a quick chat?
The cheese was very crumbly.
Each cake was topped with a cherry.
The boy was unbeaten in chess.
They had chicken for lunch.
The children sat in rows.
Could you chop some wood for the fire?
We need to choose a new leader.
It was very quiet in the church.
They sat together on the park bench.
He bought me a huge bunch of flowers.
They went by coach to the beach.
He had some pasta for lunch.
March is the third month of the year.
This is the first draft of my speech.
The teacher gave me good advice.
You will need a torch to see in the dark.

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