4. Read the paragraph and practice the “sh” sound
Richard: Do you have any change for the washing machine? My wife, Sharon, is visiting
her parents in Michigan. I’m watching the children and doing the chores.
Tom: Watch out! Don’t put bleach on those shirts. You’ll wash out the color.
Richard: Will you teach me how to wash clothes?
Tom: Be sure to wash white shirts separately. Don’t use too much soap.
Richard: I wish Sharon would return. It’s more natural for a woman to wash and shop.
Tom: You sound like a chauvinist! I don’t mind doing chores. I’m great in the kitchen, too!
Richard: Would you like to take charge? I’ll cheerfully pay you cash.
Tom: Listen, old chap, I’m a bachelor and too old to chase after children. I’m in a rush.
It’s been nice chatting with you, Richard.
Richard: Sure, nice chatting with you, too, Tom