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Study the word list: re words

In the prefix re the long sound /e/ is spelled with just the letter e.

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react
We didn't expect her to react so quickly.
recall
Sam could not recall where he put his key.
recent
Is that a recent photo?
record
She completed the race in record time.
reflect
The light will reflect from the white walls.
refund
I'm sending this back for a refund.
region
Wine is grown in this region of France.
relax
She took a hot bath to help her relax.
rely
We can rely on her.
remind
She asked her mother to remind her what time the appointment was.
repeat
Using a stencil allows a painter to repeat a pattern.
reply
Please reply to my email tonight.
require
I require your answer by Monday.
return
I need to return these shoes as they don´t fit me.

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Learn about these words in Unit 7. Long vowels e.g ee, ea or y? oa, o-e, or ow? u-e, ue, or ew?


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