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Study the word list: Using tch to spell the /ch/ sound

After a short vowel the /ch/ sound is usually spelled tch - but don´t forget the rule-breakers: rich much such which.

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We saw some ducklings hatch.
The old door is fitted with a brass latch.
A child should not snatch toys from his friends.
We'll watch that quiz next.
Stretch to warm up before you run.
There was a wicked witch.
Dan stitched up the torn seam of his coat.
The injured man used a crutch.
Push the clutch all the way in before you change gear.
A dishwasher is a kitchen appliance.
Buy meat at the butcher's shop.
A hatchet is a small axe.
John likes ketchup on his food.
To align means to match up alongside.

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Learn about these words in Unit 4. Spelling the consonant digraphs, Part 1

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