Review of how to form "r": Make a circle with your lips and feel your lower jaw move slightly forward. The sides of your tongue should press against your upper side teeth toward the back of your mouth. Raise the tip of your tongue up toward the roof of your mouth, making sure it does not touch anything.
Illustration of correct lip and teeth placement Illustration of correct tongue placement
11. recently 12. rug 13. ring 14. wrist 15. ripped 16. run 17. really 18. recall 19. remember 20. respect
Practice the following sentences. 1. I can't write while I ride on the bus. 2. You can't rest until you read this book. 3. The roof on this house is red. 4. Follow the rules of the road. 5. There is room for improvement in his report. 6. John recently fell on the rug. 7. His wrist is wrinkled. 8. My cousin really loves to run. 9. Remember to be respectful of others. 10. Do you recall when you ripped your pants?
Practice the following paragraph. As a child, I recall going on rides at amusement parks. It really was a lot of fun watching the rest of the kids as they ran to their next ride. My favorite ride was the roller coaster because it went so fast. I also enjoyed sitting on the horses on the merry-go-round. They weren't fast, but I remember how much I loved one particular horse with a red saddle. It's funny the things we remember from our childhoods; so much horsing around with our whole lives ahead of us!
Idiom: horsing around Definition: fooling around, not being productive