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Study the word list: i-e words - set 1

One way of spelling the long /i/ sound is by adding the letter e to the end of the word. You can practise spelling the long i sound by working through this list of i-e words.

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hide
We can play hide and seek.
wide
The new road will have four wide lanes.
bride
The bride wore a long white veil.
pile
He put the clean washing in a pile.
crime
The detective must prove who committed the crime.
time
There's no time to waste.
fine
The table was laid with fine silverware.
shine
He polished the silverware to make it shine.
spine
She suffered an injury to her spine.
ripe
Are the apples ripe yet?
stripe
A red stripe was painted down the middle of the wall.
rise
I like to rise at six every morning.
wise
The doctor gave me some very wise counsel.
quite
It's quite a long way to walk.
dive
Are you going to dive into the pool?
fire
The flames of the fire kept us warm.
wire
The wire on the plug is loose.
kite
I love to fly my kite.
file
Please attach this file to the email.
tribe
The tribe elected a chief.

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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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