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Revise Adjacent Consonants 2

In this worksheet, students practise identifying adjacent consonants at the ends of words. The worksheet requires the student to listen to audio clips.

'Revise Adjacent Consonants 2' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:  Develop Grammar Awareness

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Look at the picture and listen to the word.

 

 

Can you hear the two sounds at the end?

This is called a consonant cluster. Lots of words end with two consonants together.

 

In this worksheet you can listen to words that end with different consonant clusters.

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

nk

lk

sk

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

ft

sk

st

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

mp

np

lp

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

nd

nt

mt

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

mk

nk

lk

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

ft

st

nt

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

lp

mb

lb

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

lt

ld

nt

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

sp

st

sk

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

mch

nch

nth

  • Question 1

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
lk
  • Question 2

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
st
  • Question 3

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
mp
  • Question 4

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
nt
  • Question 5

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
nk
  • Question 6

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
ft
  • Question 7

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
lb
  • Question 8

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
lt
  • Question 9

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
sk
  • Question 10

Look at the picture and listen to the sound clip.

 

Which two sounds can you hear at the end of the word?

CORRECT ANSWER
nch
EDDIE SAYS
Remember that 'ch' is only one sound, even though it is two letters.
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