/s/, /ʃ/, /ʈʃ/ Sue and the Sheep Pronunciation Poem

/s/, /ʃ/, /ʈʃ/ Sue and the Sheep Pronunciation Poem

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Sue and the Sheep: Definitions

 

Sue and the sheep sail away on a ship

 

 

The sea seeps in slowly, the sheep has a sip

 

 

The new shoe of Sue comes in a shoe batch

 

 

The sheep chews her shoe and gets a Sue bash

 

 

Sea bass and chips are really quite nice

 

 

 But Sue always chooses fresh sea bass and rice

 

 

The sheep chews his chips on the ship every night

 

 

Sheep don’t eat sea bass as that’s just not right

 

 

So the sheep sips mint sauce with his chips on his seat

 

 

Shin of Sue on her seat, chin of sheep on his sheet

 

 

Can Sue copy the sheet of the sheep?

 

 

Is that a Sue sin or is it just cheap?

 

 

The sheep gets so mad, he stamps on his seat

 

 

‘Sue cheats me so much, she is a bad cheat!’

 

 

‘ Cheats make me so mad’, he shouts from his seat

 

 

‘Sue must not cheat me just because I’m a sheep!’

 

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