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Study the word list: Entry Level 1: Words ending in -y

Words that learners at Entry Level 1 are required to read and spell correctly.

On the end of a word the most common way to spell the long /e/ sound is with the letter y. Here are just a few of those words. Note: this is not a strong /e/ sound. It can sometimes sound like a short /i/.

Word list: Entry Level 1: Words ending in -y

angry My friend is angry with me.
army My brother joined the army this year.
baby The baby gave a loud wail.
berry The holly berry is bright red.
body The liver is the largest organ inside the body.
cherry Would you like a cherry with your ice-cream?
copy Please email me a copy of your report.
curry How much curry powder shall I use?
duty The doctor is on night duty this week.
empty I wandered through the empty streets.
every Jack goes swimming every Saturday.
family The family opened a bank account.
hungry I feel hungry at lunch time.
lady The lady wore a red hat.
marry They plan to marry in the summer.
party Will Jeff invite us to his party?
sorry I'm sorry to hear you are ill.
memory My memory for spelling is getting better.
penalty Sam always bluffs when he takes a penalty.
injury The injury left a scar.

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