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Fran Goes to the Prom

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Fran Goes to the Prom

Fairy Tale (fiction), Decodable

Blends are two or three consonants grouped together, with each letter keeping its own sound. Blends often pose pronunciation difficulty for children because two consecutive consonants within one syllable feel less distinct in the mouth than a consonant and a vowel together. When the letters br, cr, dr, fr, gr, pr, and tr appear together as a blend, they will almost always sound the same.

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