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Study the word list: ea words - set 2

One way of spelling the long

  • /ē/ sound is using the letters
  • ea
  • . Once you’ve had a go at our beginner’s list of ea words, you can practise spelling the
  • long e sound in these longer
  • ea
  • words.

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    You appear to be upset.
    We saw a beaver by the stream today.
    Beneath means under: I stood beneath the arch.
    A crocodile is a very dangerous creature.
    My hunger will decrease when I eat.
    The team took the defeat very hard.
    Rats can carry disease.
    This year has seen an increase in how much tax I pay.
    She may never recover from her ordeal.
    You really must see that film.
    Please give me a good reason. *
    Do I have to repeat everything three times?
    Scratch the card to reveal the numbers.
    There may be floods in the monsoon season.
    A peace treaty has been signed at last.
    Children love to get Easter eggs.

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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?

    * This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.

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