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long a
Vacation came on a rainy day; eight reindeer would not obey.
a, a-e, ai, ay, eigh, ei, ey
long i
I like to be under the night sky to eat my pie in style.
i, i-e, igh, y, ie, y-e
long e
He needs meat and candy; these I believe he'll receive with money.
e, ee, ea, y, e-e, ie, ei, ey
long o
Go home on a boat to show a shoulder and toe.
o, o-e, oa, ow, ou, oe
long u
The musician refused to argue his nephew's feud.
u, u-e, ue, ew, eu
Rachel wrote a rhyme.
r, wr-, rh-
The monkey climbed a column.
m, -mb, -mn
Out now!
ou, ow
long /oo/
Cool stew for the student; prune soup and blue fruit for the neurologist.
oo, ew, u, u-e, ou, ue, ui, eu
short /e/
Red head.
e, ea
short /i/
It's a mystery!
i, y(final position), y(middle of a syllable)
Great ghostly morgue.
g, gh-, -gue
Zebra nose.
z, s
Ted talked.
t, -ed
Dad played.
d, -ed
short /u/
Up and away above the country.
u, a, o, ou
Washing machine.
sh, ch
short /oo/
Good push.
oo, u
Jump gently to the edge.
j, g, -dge
Funny phone laugh.
f, ph, -gh
Sunny city scene.
s, c, sc
Cats, kittens, and ducks echo uniquely.
c, k, -ck, ch, -que
Nobody knows a gnome.
n, kn-, gn
Chiggers itch.
ch, -tch
Noisy boys.
oi, oy
In August I saw the dog his daughter bought.
au, aw, o, augh, ough
/er/ or /ur/
Her first nurse and doctor made mega dollars early.
er, ir, ur, or, ar, ear
Nation tension.
-tion, -sion