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What are Consonant Blends?
Consonant blends are groups of two or three consonants that makes a distinct consonant sound.

ng nd pt ct xt nt lk lt sk sp st nk ld ft lp - Consonant Endings
Consonant Blends usually found at the middle or end of words.
ng - Phonics - sing, bang, wrong

nd - Consonant Blends - end, under, hand
pt - Consonant Blends - wept, kept, adopt

ct - Consonant Blends - act, connect, director

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