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Red Hen and Rod Rat

Red Hen and Rod Rat

Red Hen and Rod Rat

Red Hen and Rod Rat

Red Hen and Rod Rat

Red Hen and Rod Rat

Red Hen and Rod Rat

Fantasy (fiction), Decodable

Most often the /r/ sound in the initial, final, and medial positions is made by the consonant r as in the words rat, ring, rocket, jar, and erase. The use of the consonant r is very consistent for the /r/ sound, although there are other letters and combinations of letters that also make the /r/ sound. The most common is wr in the words write and wrist. Other less common combinations include rhy in rhyme, rps in corps, rt in mortgage, and l in colonel. Sometimes the consonant r is silent, as when it is doubled in words like arrest.

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