Spelling the sound /ou/: ou, ow

Rule Breakers - these words break spelling rules These ough words are the only rule-breakers:

bough* The main branch of tree is called a bough .
plough Plough the fields before sowing the seed.
US spelling: plow
slough Slough is an old word meaning swamp.
For more on these ough words, see Unit 17

next part of the spelling course Go to the next section: Homophones for the /ou/ sound.

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Unit 15: Spelling the sound /ou/

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