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One of the four ways of spelling the /er/ sound is using the letters ur. This list looks at a few of these ur words – why not learn them now? As you go through the list, say each word aloud and listen to the vowel sound.

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The bear has thick fur.
The words on the page were a blur.
An insult is a slur.
Jane is training to be a nurse.
A thief seized my mother's purse.
Mix red and blue to get purple.
Don't burst that balloon.
Our new stove can burn wood or coal.
Her hair is a mass of blond curls.
To hurl means to throw strongly.
We will surf the waves from that beach.
Turf is a slab of earth covered in grass.
The bridegroom was late for church.
The racing car sped around the curve of the track.
It's time for us to return home.
We watched a murder mystery on TV.
The Scots eat turnip with haggis.
I went to the shop on Thursday. *
Jack goes swimming every Saturday.

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Learn about these words in Unit 11. Spelling choices for /er/ sound: er, ir, ur, ear + wor

* This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.

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