Spelling the short vowel sound /ŭ/ : u, o or ou

Choose from u, o or ou.

Remember:
u on its own is the most common way to spell the /ŭ/ sound.


Work out which letters are missing then type the whole word.



The sign said 'Don't t__ch'.
His picture was on the fr__nt page.
Car tyres (US tires) are made of r__bber.
Do wild m__shrooms taste the best?
She has some new leather gl__ves.
I sat alone am__ng the flowers.
China is the c__ntry with the most people.
Tell us an__ther joke.
A swallow was flying up ab__ve.
My y__ng cousin is coming to stay.
A dozen eggs will be en__gh.
How much m__ney do you need?


 


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