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Lesson Practice — Page 2 of 4

Hearing the “s” at the End of Words

Listen to a woman talking about her son’s favourite activity.

Listen to one of the sentences again. Choose the words that you hear. After you listen to each sentence, you can click on “Read the Words” to read the person’s words.

  1. Read the Words

    My oldest son loves swimming.

    Which word did you hear?

  2. Read the Words

    My youngest son swims, too, but not that much.

    Which word did you hear?

  3. Read the Words

    My oldest son swims at the pool every day for an hour, just for fun.

    Which word did you hear?

  4. Read the Words

    He goes swimming in rivers sometimes, too.

    Which word did you hear?

    Which word did you hear?

  5. Read the Words

    I’m afraid to swim in rivers, but my son feels safe swimming in rivers because he’s such a good swimmer.

    Which word did you hear?

    Which word did you hear?

  6. Read the Words

    He enjoys some other activities, too, but swimming is his favourite.

    Which word did you hear?

  7. Read the Words

    When he’s swimming, he’s happy.

    Which word did you hear?