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ai, ay words

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snail
The snail left a trail on the path.
pail

tail
The pheasant has a long tail.
fail
You never fail to amaze me!
sail
Don't sail a small boat in heavy seas.
play
Neither Jim nor Jack is fit to play.
sway
We watched them sway in time to the music.
Day
It was a misty day so the town was in gloom.
May
Please may I have a piece of cake?
way
Which way shall we go?
say
Say shoo to get rid of the birds.
pray
Muslims pray in a mosque.
spray
Spray the room to freshen the air.
sway
We watched them sway in time to the music.
Chain
There was a broken link in the chain.
main
We don't want to live near the main road.
faith
I affirm my faith in my religion.
gain
Conquest is the gaining of control of land by winning a battle. *
jail American English spelling
The judge sent him to jail for a year.
laid
Turtle eggs are laid in a hole in the sand.

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