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Study the word list: Some more ar words

These 2-syllable words all contain the ar spelling pattern.

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army
The army are now in control.
artist
The artist works with much skill.
barber
The barber cut Tim's hair really short.
carpet
We've bought a new stair carpet.
carton
Please pass me the carton of milk.
darken
The eclipse of the sun made the skies darken.
farmer
The farmer complained about the bad weather.
garden
Please close the garden gate.
garlic
I do not like garlic.
harvest
The harvest is plentiful. *
market
The bus stops very near the market.
partner
My partner does all the cooking.
party
Grandad is having a party on his 80th birthday.
scarlet
The colour scarlet is bright red.
target
My target is to get top marks in French.
varnish
Paint the varnish on the wooden gate.

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Learn about these words in Unit 10. Spelling choices for /ar/ sound; ar, a

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