Spelling Sound Pattern. -ook. b ook. A book is something you can read. There are many good books to read. c ook. A cook is a person who prepares food for others. A cook can work in a restaurant. h ook.
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by Nancy Blankenship
A book is something you can read. There are many good books to read.
A cook is a person who prepares food for others. A cook can work in a restaurant.
A hook is a curved, sharp piece of metal that can be put on the end of a fishing line. It can catch a fish.
You can look with your eyes.
A nook is a small area somewhere, like in a house.
Took means something has already been taken.
A brook is a small stream of water—smaller than a river.
A crook is a thief or robber. A crook is not an honest and truthful person.
Shook means that something has already been shaken.