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Investigate Word Pronunciations: Letter Strings

In this worksheet, students investigate the different ways in which the same letter strings can be pronounced.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Reading: Word Reading

Curriculum subtopic:  Use Exception Words

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QUESTION 1 of 10

Some words with the same letter strings are pronounced differently. To 'pronounce' is how we say a word.

 

for example:

one, bone, cone

 

The word one is pronounced differently from the other two words in the list.

 

In this worksheet you can practise reading lists of words and finding the ones that are pronounced differently.

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string eight is pronounced in a different way from the others.

weight

height

freight

eight

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ow is pronounced in a different way from the others.

crow

show

how

flow

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string atch is pronounced in a different way from the others.

match

batch

hatch

watch

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ove is pronounced in a different way from the others.

dove

glove

clove

shove

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ough is pronounced in a different way from the others.

rough

tough

cough

enough

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ould is pronounced in a different way from the others.

could

should

would

mould

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ought is pronounced in a different way from the others.

drought

fought

bought

sought

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string oth is pronounced in a different way from the others.

broth

moth

both

cloth

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string other is pronounced in a different way from the others.

bother

mother

another

brother

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string iver is pronounced in a different way from the others.

liver

shiver

river

driver

  • Question 1

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string eight is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
height
  • Question 2

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ow is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
how
  • Question 3

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string atch is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
watch
  • Question 4

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ove is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
clove
  • Question 5

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ough is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
cough
  • Question 6

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ould is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
mould
  • Question 7

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string ought is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
drought
  • Question 8

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string oth is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
both
  • Question 9

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string other is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
bother
  • Question 10

Read the list of words and tick the one where the letter string iver is pronounced in a different way from the others.

CORRECT ANSWER
driver
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