“ch” + “j” spelling test

Listen to the sentences and write what you hear. Then check your spelling letter by letter.




1. For lunch, Charles chose a cheap lamb chop and some chips, with cheese and cherries for pudding.

2. In June and July we generally enjoy a few trips to Germany on a ship across the Channel.

3. I would like an orange juice and a cherry pie.

4. He injured his thumb on the jagged edge of a broken jar.

5. The courageous journalists who venture into war zones put themselves in danger.

6. I need to wash my clothes but I have to watch the washing machine closely because it’s a bit damaged.

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