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Study the word list: wh words that aren´t questions

These words all use wh to spell the sound /w/.

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The blue whale is the largest mammal.
The ship will unload at the wharf.
Bread is made from wheat.
That wheel needs a new tire.
Please wait while I make a call.
Why does that dog whine all the time?
Should jockeys be banned from using a whip?
To whirl is to spin around quickly.
I used an electric whisk to make the cake.
That cat has milk on its whiskers.
He spoke in a whisper.
The referee blew his whistle at the end of the game.
White wine is best drunk cold.
Whiskey is a drink made from barley.
Corky whacked the hungry crocodile off its knee. *
The wind made the door slam noisily - wham! *
The wealthy man bought the fancy, expensive car on a whim. *

This public word list was created by a Spellzone user: Loyola Preparatory School.

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