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Study the word list: ea words - set 1

One way of spelling the long / / sound is using the letters ea. You can practise spelling the long e sound by working through this list of ea words.

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reach
The higher shelf is out of my reach.
teach
They'll teach us to abseil at the rock-climbing club.
deal
His manner conveyed a great deal of arrogance.
heal
My arm took a long time to heal.
cream
I often have ice cream for dessert.
dream
What did you dream about last night?
stream
We had to wade across the stream.
fear
Many people have a fear of snakes.
spear
The soldier was armed with a dagger and a spear.
cheat
If you cheat in a test you will be disqualified.
wheat
Bread is made from wheat.
feast
We shared a splendid feast.
least
I walked at least ten kilometres today.
please
Please may I have a piece of cake?
grease
Grease the baking tin with butter.
breathe
He needs a ventilator to help him breathe.
leave
Switch off the lights when you leave the room.
squeal
The show made the children squeal with delight.
squeak
The mouse began to squeak.

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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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