Word Groups

Phrases, sentences, and paragraphs to use in your sessions

One of Ambiki's scaffolding tools to help you lead your patients on the path from phoneme -> word -> phrase -> sentence -> paragraph.

150 word groups

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A cat has claws at the end of paws; A comma is a pause at the end of a clause.   Paragraph Learn more
A joke that is extremely funny. A synonym for knee slapper.  Paragraph Learn more
A joke that is funny and clever at the same time.   Paragraph Learn more
A joke that is hilarious. A synonymn for thigh slapper.  Paragraph Learn more
A joke that is no longer funny or interesting because it has been repeated so often.   Paragraph Learn more
A man tells his doctor, “Doc, help me. I’m addicted to Twitter!” The doctor replies, “Sorry, I don’t follow you …” Paragraph Learn more
An American businessperson was at the pier of a small coastal Mexican village when a small boat with just one fisher docked. Inside the small boat were several large yellowfin tunas. The American complimented the Mexican on the quality of his fish and asked how long it took to catch them. The Mexican replied, that it only took a little while. The American then asked why he did not stay out longer and catch more fish. The Mexican said he had enough to support his family's immediate needs.  Paragraph Learn more
an exceedingly long story with many details, often extraneous, that is finished without a clear punchline. A shaggy-dog story is funny because the listener has expectations that are not met at the end of the story. A shaggy-dog story is also called a yarn.  Paragraph Learn more
Balance on one foot with the other leg bent behind you, then slowly lift the bent leg off the ground. Hold for a few seconds, then slowly return to the starting position. Repeat ____ times. Paragraph Learn more
But really, Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude and reflection. Many people are overwhelmed with gratefulness at Thanksgiving. I want to show my appreciation for you. Paragraph Learn more
Check the thermometer before you go outside. The flowers are beginning to blossom, but it is still cold outside. Paragraph Learn more
Decorate two cupcakes (one for clinician, one for client). How are they different? Paragraph Learn more
Decorate two cupcakes (one for clinician, one for client). How are they the same? Paragraph Learn more
Did you hear about the claustrophobic astronaut? He just needed a little space. Paragraph Learn more
Don’t forget! This weekend it is time to do the spring forward in spring forward, fall back. Paragraph Learn more
Don't leave me behind. I would like to go trick or treating with you. Paragraph Learn more
Don’t put an “x” on the tree. Put an “x” on the stocking. Paragraph Learn more
Don’t touch the tree. Touch the stocking. Paragraph Learn more
Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? I celebrate it with my family. We will have a turkey with all the trimmings. This year, we are going to my grandparents’ house. We will use three modes of transportation to get to Grandma’s house. Paragraph Learn more
Do you know the Christmas poem that says, now Dasher, now Dancer, now Prancer, and Vixen. On Comet, on Cupid, on Donner, and Blitzen? Paragraph Learn more
Do you know the song, “Rudolph the rednosed reindeer?” I always join in reindeer games. Do you? Paragraph Learn more
Do you like amusement parks? Well I sure do. To amuse myself I went twice last spring. My most memorable moment was riding on the Caterpillar which is a gigantic rollercoaster high above the ground. When I saw how high the Caterpillar rose into the bright blue sky, I knew it was for me. After waiting in line for thirty minutes I made it to the front where the man measured my height to see if I was tall enough. I gave the man my coins asked for change and jumped on the cart. Tick tick tick the Caterpillar climbed slowly up the tracks. It went so high I could see the parking lot. Boy was I scared. I thought to myself there's no turning back now. People were so scared they screamed as we swiftly zoomed fast fast and faster along the tracks. As quickly as it started the Caterpillar came to a stop. Unfortunately, it was time to pack the car and drive home. That night I dreamt of the wild ride on the Caterpillar. Taking a trip to the amusement park and riding on the Caterpillar was my most memorable moment ever! Paragraph Learn more
Do you like to play out in the snow? What kind of things do you like to do on a snow day? Paragraph Learn more
(Explanation: The first two errors? The extra E in “three” and the missing R in “error.” The third error? The fact that there are only two errors.)  Paragraph Learn more
For nouns that end in an -s, -z, -x, -ch, or -sh, add the suffix -es to the end of the noun. For example: Paragraph Learn more

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