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Study the word list: Year 7 Term 3 Week 6: -ch, -tch

Year 7 Term 3 Week 6: -ch, -tch

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They sat on the couch together.
I need to stitch up my torn coat.
Robert threw the ball and his dog ran to fetch it. *
Starch is the chemical found in bread and potatoes. *
Stretch to warm up before you run.
Please attach your pieces of paper together. *
Despite his best efforts, the diver could not detach the abalone from the rock. *
I'll have your sandwich ready in a jiffy.
The game had a glitch on level 7. *
There was a wicked witch.
A dishwasher is a kitchen appliance.
My mum buys her steak from the butcher. *
The police had a warrant to search the house.
Do not touch the objects on display.
In the USA a torch is called a flashlight.
He felt wretched because he knew he had done the wrong thing. *
Use the winch to pull the truck out of the ditch. *
The clergy preach in places of worship.
The point break looked very sketchy in the grey gloom of the storm. *

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