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Lesson Practice — Page 4 of 4

Hearing the “s” at the End of Words

Listen to a man talking about his 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

    I like sewing.

    Which word did you hear?

  2. Read the Words

    In fact, in the past, when sewing was my job, my suits sold for a lot of money.

    Which word did you hear?

  3. Read the Words

    It’s satisfying to be able to sew her all the things she wants.

    Which word did you hear?

    Which word did you hear?

  4. Read the Words

    You know, my brother’s successful at sewing, too.

    Which word did you hear?

  5. Read the Words

    In fact, my brother sewed his wife’s silk wedding dress.

    Which word did you hear?

    Which word did you hear?