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Lesson 9 - Nasal sounds

Clear and Dark (front and back) L

L at the start of words (clear):

leaf
lift
left
latter
laugh
lot
lawn
loose
look
learn
lump

L at the end of words (dark):

feel
hill
hell
shall
morale
maul
doll
ball
fool
wool
pearl
dull

Clear and dark pairs with diphthongs:

late / nail
Leah / ideal
lure / neural
loud / towel
loathe / hole
lice / pile
loiter / oil

Clear and dark L in sentences:

  1. The leaf lifted off the hill.
  2. Morale was low after the ball was lost.
  3. The fool left the pearl on the lawn.
  4. I liked that lovely meal but now I feel ill.
  5. I laughed out loud a lot when he fell into the hole.
  6. I lured the beast from its lair
  7. I left the towel in a pile on the floor.
  8. The doll looked lovely in its lilac cloak.
  9. I am loathe to admit to spilling the oil.
  10. The pearl looked dull in the moonlight.