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Study the word list: ee words - set 1

Use ee in the middle and sometimes on the end of a word to spell a long /e/ sound. This list looks at ee words in which the long e sound is pronounced in the middle of the word. Why not test yourself now?

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seed Sow the seed in spring.
weed There is a mass of weeds in my garden.
bleed Press on a cut to stop it bleeding.
cheek A tear rolled down my cheek.
feel Students can feel stress at exam time.
been Where have you been all night?
queen Victoria was queen for 64 years.
deep Only dive at the deep end of the pool.
weep I weep every day for my lost dog.
creep Damp had started to creep up the walls of the house.
sheep The sheep were let loose in the field.
steer A rudder is used to steer a ship or aircraft.
sweet Too many sweets are bad for the teeth.
screen My laptop screen has gone blank.
street Meet me at the corner of the street.
speech Bob's wedding speech was very funny.
screech The loud screech made me jump.
breeze There is a cold breeze today.
freeze You can freeze the video at any time.
squeeze Add a squeeze of fresh lime juice. *

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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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