Can you decode it? If not, let’s go through some general strategies that will help 😀
1. Words with one letter are either “A” or “I”.
2. A very frequent 3-letter word is “THE”.
3. There is an apostrophe then the letter after it is T or S. (DON’T, CAN’T, CAT’S, etc).
4. If it ends in a question mark, the first word is usually:
5. Frequent pairs of constants are TH, WH, SH or CH.
6. Frequent word endings are:
7. Short words where “ING” or “ED” are at the end sometimes have a double up on the last consonant, like “HOPPED” and “HUGGING”.
8. In 2 letter words one is a vowel (or Y). Example, IF, BY, HE, AT.
9. If it’s a word like  ‘  …. then the second one is usually a D (or could be an M). Example, I’M or I’D.
10. Guess and test!!