DICTATION PRACTICE – Teaching Dictation
The ensign would not sign the paper. His design was known. He maligned his
rival, and suffered condign punishment. A benign face. He was arraigned
after the campaign. He deigned not to feign surprise. Squirrels gnaw the
bark. He affirmed it with phlegm. The knight carried a knapsack. He had a
knack for rhymes. She knew how to knead the dough. They cut the knot with
a knife. The curfew tolls the knell of parting day. The knave had hard
knuckles, but little knowledge.