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Consonant Sounds: by Spelling

By Rodney Everson

Welcome to the OnTrack Reading Consonant Sound Word Lists. On this page you'll find word lists organized around the consonant sounds found in English words. Each list covers just one specified spelling of the targeted consonant sound, and then several lists are grouped together by that targeted sound. For example, the CH section has two lists, one listing words using the "ch" spelling (chest) and the second listing words using the "tch" spelling (hatch).

By the way, if you like what you find here, the OnTrack Reading Comprehensive Word Lists book shown below contains all of the lists on these three word list pages in one convenient publication.

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Word Lists for the “ch” Sound

Word Lists for the “k” Sound

Word Lists for the “ks” Sound

Word Lists for the “f” Sound

Word Lists for the “g” Sound

Word Lists for the “j” Sound

Word Lists for the “m” Sound

Word Lists for the “n” Sound

Word Lists for the “ng” Sound

Word Lists for the “sh” Sound

Word Lists for the “s” Sound

Word Lists for the “z” Sound

Word Lists for the “t” Sound

Word Lists for the “v” Sound

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