ESOL W V Thr Pronunciation Practice.docx - Pronunciation Practice W and V 1 Within West Virginia weapons vaults are weaker and require waivers 2 Waists

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Pronunciation Practice W and V 1. Within West Virginia, weapons vaults are weaker and require waivers. 2. Waists widen with warm walnut waffles. 3. Widow Wanda weaves worthless willows while withdrawn women worry. 4. Walking way West to Walla Walla, Washington, William wore wacky women’s clothes. 5. Worthwhile weathermen withstand withering winds. 6. Wise workers want to waltz and whirl while wooing. 7. Women’s worthy worldview. 8. In winter wonderlands, Vipers want wipers to clear the snow. Thr- 1. Thrilling threats thrown thrice. 2. Thrashing Walruses Vineyard and Winery. 3. Thread thrust through the needle. 4. Vicious thrifty villains thrive through voicing vitriol [hateful speech]. 5. Violent throngs throw thrones through the window! 6. Throbbing throats want vintage vanilla. 7. Thrilling vehicles have thrusters and throttles that vroom! Just for fun w, v etc. A half vampire/half werewolf is stronger and faster than both. Capable of moving around during the day, they are unaffected by sunlight, garlic, crosses, vervain, or
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