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Study the word list: The /Or/ Sound

There are 3 ways for you to remember to spell the /or/ sound. 1. or spells /or/ 2. au spells /or/ 3. aw spells /or/ Plus: 1. all spells the sound /orl/ 2. Learn tricky words thought and caught.

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storm
The trees shook in the storm.
thorn

corn
He was preparing to cook the corn.
torn
Dan stitched up the torn seam of his coat.
fort
An old fort stands on the hill.
forbid
Mum said 'If you do that again I will forbid you to watch TV'.
born
Shakespeare was born here. *
Autumn
The leaves turn to gold in autumn.
August
It was especially hot this August.
author
Her aim in life was to become a great author.
ball
He kicked the ball through the window.
call
Please wait while I make a call.
fall
I don't want to fall off my bike.
tall
Tim is 190 cms tall.
stall
She sold her wares on a market stall.
thought
I thought you'd be ready by now.
caught
The thief was caught in the act.
jaw
My Jaw bone is in my mouth. *
law
There is a law against drink driving.

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