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distinguish between f and th

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thought
I thought you'd be ready by now.
fort
An old fort stands on the hill.
three
The wedding cake was in three tiers.
free
There are no rooms free at the hotel.
with
I control my computer with a mouse.
this
This truck's engine runs on diesel fuel.
think
I think he would make a great President.
thank
Thank you for the invitation to the party.
thumb
The killer was trapped by his thumb print.
bath
She had a long soak in the bath tub.
fifth
One fifth of ten is two.
fourth
Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe.
forty
I estimate we'll land in forty minutes.
than
Better late than never.
fan
An extractor fan will clear the air.
north
The North Pole is in the Arctic.
they
They threw a lifebelt to the drowning man.
fray
The fabric began to fray. *
thief
A thief seized my mother's purse.
thin
Stray cats are often very thin.

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