Review of how to form “oo”: Make a tight circle with your lips and place the back of your tongue high in the back of your mouth. Your tongue should be tense when saying this sound.
Illustration of correct lip placement Illustration of correct tongue placement
Practice the following words.
1. blue 2. fruit 3. movies 4. tools 5. school 6. June 7. two 8. to 9. too 10. stool
11. moon 12. tune 13. grew 14. who 15. new 16. knew 17. noon 18. soon 19. rude 20. clue
Practice the following sentences.
I have never seen bluefruit.
School gets out in June.
Bob bought twonewtools.
Is that rude boy going to the movies?
No one knew he broke the stool.
Can I come at noon, too?
Whoknew they would arrive this soon?
The thief left a lot of clues for the police.
There is a full moon tonight.
I grew up singing an old tune.
Practice the following paragraph. I didn’t have a clue that someone had broken into my house, until I arrived home and noticed things were missing. Apparently, the back door was left unlocked, so the robbers didn’t even have to use any toolsto get inside. Once inside, they knew just what to take. Among the missing items were all our new DVD movies, our new TV, our newstool, and some tools. Thank goodness they didn’t take my jewelry, too. Whoknew that we wouldn’t be safe in our own home?
Idiom: don’t have a clue Definition: don’t have any idea, don’t know
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