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Study the word list: ue words

If there is a long /u/ sound at the end of a word, it is often spelled with the letters ue. You can practise spelling the long u (oo) sound by working through this list of ue words.

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cue
The actor got his cue to go on stage.
due
The plane was delayed due to fog.
hue
At sunset the sky had a reddish hue.
sue
If the boss fires me I will sue him.
argue
Why do you always argue with me?
ensue
When the war starts chaos will ensue.
issue
I want to discuss the issue. *
pursue
A lion will pursue its prey across the grassy plain.
queue
We had to queue to get into the show.
rescue
The rescue helicopter pulled him from the sea.
revue
There were some new songs in the revue.
subdue
The police used water cannon to subdue the rioters.
statue
The Statue of Liberty is in New York, America. *
tissue
Thin paper can be called tissue.
value
What is the value of this old watch?
virtue
The prophets were men of virtue.
avenue
There is a large avenue of trees in the park.
barbecue
Dan cooked the chicken on the barbecue.
continue
We will continue the meeting after coffee.

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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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