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Unit 6, Part 1: Spelling the short vowel sounds

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Unit 6: Short vowels, Part 1: a, e and i

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Spelling the short vowel sound /ĭ/ : i or y

Study the y words to solve the clues below.

English spelling English spelling
oxygen anonymous symptoms symphony
sympathetic rhythm hymn analysis
syllable mystery lyrics crystal
English spelling English spelling

When you have finished studying the words click here to solve the clues.  

Clues:

Type the whole word:

Part of a word.
A strange happening, hard to explain.
We need this gas to be able to breathe.
A song sung in church.
Without the author's name.
The beat of a piece of music or a poem.
The words of a song.
The signs of an illness.
A hard, glass-like mineral.
A long piece of music, written for an orchestra.
Breaking down a topic, to study it in small parts.
Showing understanding for another's feelings.


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