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b boy
e end, me
h hit
i it, pine
j jam
k kite
l long
m man
n no
v veil
w wait
x box
y yet, myth, cry
z zoo
oy that we do use at the end of english words
oi that we do not use at the end of english words why? english words do not end with i
oo boot, foot, floor
ch church, school, chef
ng ring
ea eat, head, great
ar car
ck two letter used only after a single vowel that says aeiou
ed past-tense ending
or order
wh whine
oa the o of boat
ey they, key, valley
eigh four letter a
dge three letter j used only after a single vowel that says aeiou
oe the o of toe
tch three letter ch used after a single vowel that says, aeiou
ti tall letter sh used at the beginning of any ayllable after the first one
si used at the beginning of any syllable ater the first one
ci used at the beginning of any syllable after the first one
ough though, through, rough, cough, thought, bough
Created by: shubham