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Study the word list: ay, a-e, ai, eigh, a

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away
Good hygiene keeps germs away.
Monday
He was seen at mass on Monday. *
holiday
I have some holiday pay due to me.
birthday
Choose a suitable card for Meg's birthday.
made
The earthquake made the ground shake.
take
How long will it take to get an assessor for this job?
came
The tide came up much higher yesterday.
brave
'Bolder' means 'more brave'.
Cage
We keep our rabbit in a cage.
Ate
We ate far too much last night.
escape
He tried to escape from the cell.
mistake
Was that a deliberate mistake?
chocolate
I love chocolate mousse.
wait
Please wait while I make a call.
paid
I paid for the room by cheque.
fail
You never fail to amaze me!
complain
'm going to complain about that awful smell.
weight
To win the cake you must guess its weight.
Eight
I get to work at eight o'clock.
table
The table was full of delicious food.

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