Frogwart said, "Leapin' newts! L's are likable letters. They roll off your tongue and lead into lovely words like lazy, lizard, lumber and lolipop.
"L's in the middle of words make me laugh. Listen to aligator, muddle, marshmallow and wallaroo."
"Sometimes they're part of tongue-twister words like scold, thimble and eucalyptus (the plant koala's like to eat)."
"Finally, l's can be the last letter in words like pal, pool and Phil or the last pair of letters in words like wall and troll."
Is there something wrong with Weebit Cuckoo's example of the letter L and what is Tippity doing?
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