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Linking Similar Sounds

Listen to the conversation between Alphonse Green and his buddy. Fill in the blanks with the exact words that Alphonse and his buddy are saying. You must use correct spelling. The blanks all contain two words that are linked because they have similar sounds. “Check Answers” will erase any incorrect answers and leave the correct ones.

Buddy: Alphonse, I think you’re spending too much time woman, Jennifer Jones.

Alphonse: you mean?

Buddy: Well, you’re a , Alphonse.

Alphonse: Yeah, but I my wife cares any more.

Buddy: does, Alphonse! Verna loves you! And you love her.

Alphonse: Verna and I married for a long time. She interesting any more. So, I’m taking Jennifer to the theatre tonight.

Buddy: That’s a bad idea, Alphonse. it.


Now, click on the phrases to hear a speaker reading the answers to the exercise you just finished.