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back
Wait here until I get back.
block
His sculpture was carved from a block of stone.
bake
Which cakes should we bake today?
brake
The car had to brake hard.
broke
He broke his toe in the garden. *
chick
Look, the mother bird has a chick. *
choke
Don't eat too fast or you will choke. *
click
Click on that button. *
crack
The nutshell is hard to crack. *
flick
She tried to flick the hair out of her eyes. *
flake
I like to eat my chocolate flake on a Friday. *
lick
Cats often lick their paws.
like
I like the library. *
pick
The apple is ripe so pick it.
shock
The loud bang gave us a shock.
smack
If you smack him you will go home. *
stuck
I am stuck on this word. *
smoke
The smoke made my eyes sore. *
spoke
He spoke in a whisper.
coke
Coke has a lot of sugar in it. *

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