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Complete the puzzle below with words that fit the meaning and end in the tch pattern.
a)move with slight,quick s _ _ itch
b)rough, quickly done drawings _ _ etch
c)large, irregular spot or stain _ _ otch
d)support or brace with a forked top_ _utch
e)mark or cut slightly _ _ _ atch
f) pull or extend _ _ _ etch

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  1. b) Sketch
    d) crutch
    f) stretch

    That all i could get

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  2. Sarah's right.

    Yasemen -- if you post your answers for the other three, we'll be glad to check your answers.

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    Ms. Sue
  3. i am not sure
    i think that a) is stitch
    c) crotch
    e)scratch but i am not sure. I am not good at Language

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  4. You're right about e.

    a) twitch

    c) blotch

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    Ms. Sue
  5. thank you sooooo much!!!

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  6. You're very welcome.

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    Ms. Sue
  7. You guys are its

    A) twitch
    B) sketch
    C) splotch
    D) crutch
    E) scratch
    F) stretch

    Thank me later

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  8. The man you are wrong
    C) blotch
    Not splotch

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  9. a)stitch
    b)sketch
    C)Blotch
    D)crutch
    e)scratch
    F)stretch

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  10. Thanks for the help

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  11. But it not blotch it splotch

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  12. Search it up n the man was rite

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  13. Turns out the man was wrong it is blotch so thanks anonymous n everyone for doing the answers

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