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Hello,

I wanted to know if anyone has a good minimal pairs worksheet. I had a great worksheet I used last year, before I went on a three month vacation, that included twelve minimal pairs all of words all on one sheet. I used this sheet extensively in my classes to drill students on their listening and production skills as a means to improve their pronunciation abilities. Unfortunately, I have lost the aforementioned sheet : (. I have looked online to find the same sheet and/or one similar, but I haven't found anything as helpful as the sheet I had. As such, does anyone have a great one/web site they can refer me to?

Many kind thanks in advance for anyone who can possibly assist me.
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This one is cool, but I guess you have already come across it on the net if you are looking for these things:
http://www.manythings.org/pp /
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Hi!!

This one is good. It's more for children but it might help! Pictures are also included!
http://www.speech-language-therapy.com/txresources.html

Karen
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Hi,

Hope this helps.Speaking of Speech.com as well as The Tiny TEFL Teacher web site.

I have looked every where on line as well.

I haven't been able to find what I am looking for. Know where I could get a list of final /r/ to /w/ minimal pairs ?

The grade 1 student that I am working with along with myself are tired of the 4 sets I have , I can only come up with so many games to play using the same 4 sets of cards.

Thanks for any help you can give me.
Caroline Bowen PhD has revised and re-launched her speech-language-therapy dot com website and the minimal pair, and near minimal pair wordlists and pictures are now here:

Word Lists (no pictures)

Minimal Pairs Pictures and Near Minimal Pairs Pictures

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