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ESOL Pronunciation Practice V and W Keep the focus on THE while practicing “v” 1. The vacationers seek vacancies in vans without vermin. 2. The valets valiantly vow to avenge vicious and violent verbal attacks. 3. The venomous vipers vacate visible spots. 4. The vice president views velvet vests favorably. 5. Violet claims the vitamins contribute to her vitality. 6. Vocally venting vengeful venom seldom leads to victory. 7. Volleyball is a vicious venture. 8. Victor volunteers with the vandals in vain. 9. The validity of the volume and voltage estimates is in doubt. 10. Do you prefer the vapor of vanilla, vinegar, or vodka? 11. Vampires are village villains who vainly vouch for their virtue. 12. Vintage vinyl records are vanishing. 13. Volcanoes vary in their vigor. 14. The vertical vessels are veteran voyagers. 15. It is worrisome that the vegetation is vulnerable to the viscous virus.
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