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Study the word list: -o words - a mixture

On the end of these words the long /o/ sound is spelled with just the letter o.

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cargo
The ships reached the port, loaded with cargo.
domino
A domino is a small game piece marked with 0-6 dots.
echo
Shout across the valley to hear the echo.
halo
The ring of light around the moon is called a halo.
hero
The film's hero killed the villain.
judo
The judo champion wears a black belt.
logo
The MacDonalds logo is a golden arch.
memo
Send me a memo about the meeting.
photo
Would you like to see a photo of our baby?
veto
If you veto something you refuse to agree to it.
casino
I visited a casino in Las Vegas.
curio
Antique markets are often full of curio stalls.
inferno
A huge blaze is an inferno.
patio
We had a barbecue on the patio.
studio
A recording studio should be sound proof.
tornado
Was the damage caused by a tornado?
torpedo
The submarine shot a torpedo. *
volcano
When will the volcano next erupt?
yo-yo
My son loves playing with his yo-yo.
zero
Water freezes when the temperature is zero.

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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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