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CONNECTING SOUNDS WITH CONSONANTS ANSWERS

PART 1: UNDERLINE WHERE THE CONSONANT CONNECTS TO THE INITIAL VOWEL SOUND.

1. Dan ate the sandwich. 6. His mom asked us a question. 11. The car broke Annís toe.
2. Is Bill in his office? 7. I threw the ball over the fence. 12. My mouse ate the food.
3. Do you like drive-in theaters? 8. Did the movie make Ed laugh? 13. My ball and glove are gone.
4. Does Ann have a dozen eggs? 9. My leg is swollen again. 14. His watch is like my watches.
5. I saw Tom and Timís saw. 10. Al is a friend of Alice. 15. Mom got us appetizers.

PART 2: UNDERLINE WHERE THE CONSONANT GROUP CONNECTS TO THE INITIAL VOWEL SOUND.

1. Can you hold on for a second? 6. The milk is rotten. 11. Mr. Cash cashed a check.
2. Please hold up your drawing. 7. The dogs are fighting outside. 12. She swims under the bridge.
3. I found out the answer. 8. The dogs always bark all night. 13. The teams arenít playing well.
4. He dives in the ocean. 9. She eats apples in the morning. 14. I filled up the gas tank.
5. I filled out the application. 10. Find it and send it to me. 15. He eats a lot every day.

PART 3: UNDERLINE INSTANCES OF BOTH TYPES OF CONSONANT CONNECTING.

1. My uncle believes that time is money, and that a penny saved is a penny earned.

2. I lifted weights yesterday, and now my left arm is sore.

3. The dragon blew flames out of his mouth and scared all the people.

4. I noticed that the clouds are very white and puffy today.

5. Did you find a book in class? I left it there on accident.