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I wrote, Ms.Marcus is tall and a little bit skinny. What are the two sound effects in the line above? Which words are involved in each sound effect. Please help I'm not good with English class thanks :)

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    If you say that line aloud, you should hear the repetition of the short i sound in "little bit skinny."

    Also -- listen for the s sound in Ms. Marcus . . . skinny.

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