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Lesson review for [I] and [i].

Check yourself 1
Circle the word tat you hear.
Example

meat

mitt

1. Field
filled
2. Bean
bin
3. Neat
knit
4. Deal
dill
5. Beat
bit
6. Team
Tim
7. Sleep
slip
8. Green
grin
9. Heel
hill
10.
Week
wick

Check yourself 2
Circle the word that is used to complete each sentence.
Example:

You need a new ( wheel/ will ).

1. They clean the ( ship, sheep).


2. Will he ( leave, live )?
3. The boy was ( beaten/ bitten ).
4. His clothes are ( neat / knit).
5. She has plump ( cheeks/ chicks ).
6. I like low ( heels/hills).
7. The children will ( sleep/slip).
8. I heard every ( beat / bit ).
9. They stored the ( beans / bins ).
10.
Everyone talks about the ( heat /hit ).

Check yourself 3
Listen and circle all the words pronounced with [i]. Underline
all the words with [I].
Jim:
Tina:

Hi, Tina! Do you have a minute?


Yes, Jim. What is it?

Jim:
My sister is in the city on business. We will eat
dinner out tonight. Can you recommend a place to eat?
Tina:
There is a fine seafood place on Fifth Street. The
fish is fresh, and the shrimp is great. But it isnt cheap
Jim:
Thats okay. It will feast today, famine tomorrow!
Ill just have to eat beans the rest of the week!

Check yourself 4
Read the poem aloud. Be sure to pronounce all the boldfaced
[i] and [I] words from the box correct.

Exam for /eI/


I.

Circle the one word in each group that is pronounced


with the dipthong [eI].

Example

You hear
You circle

1.
2.
3.
4.

1
1
1
1

2
2
2
2

hat

hot

hate

3
3
3
3
3

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

II.

1
1
1
1
1

2
2
2
2
2
1

3
3
3
3
3
2

Read aloud the following newspaper advertisement.


Circle all words pronounced with [eI].

III.

Read aloud the following paragraph about Babe Ruth.


Remember that all the boldfaced words should be
pronounced with the diphthong [eI].

Exam for //
Listen and repeat each word. Then circle the word in each
group that is NOT pronounced with Exam for //.
Example

1. Any

Mexico

crazy

America Egypt

anywhere

Texas

many
6

2. Paper
letter
send
pencil
3. Seven
eleven
eight
twenty
4. Health
wreath
breath
wealth
5. Reading ready
already
head
6. Present precious previous
president
7. November
February September
April
8. Guess
guest
cruel
question
9. Thread
threat
fresh
theatre
10.
Mean
meant
mental
met

Listen to the sentences. Some words that should be


pronounced with // will be said incorrectly. Circle C for

correct or I for incorrect.

1. C
2. C
3. C
4. C
5. C
6. C
7. C
8. C
9. C
10.

I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I
I