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In short words the most common way of spelling the sound /air/ is with the letters are.

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The room was bare of all furniture.
How dare you accuse me of that?
The hare raced across the field to escape the fox. *
Pare the apple and cut out the core.
Ben likes his steak cooked rare.
We saw the fire flare up.
That ride wouldn't scare me.
The rabbit was trapped in a snare.
Is it rude to stare?
Take care not to skid on the ice.
He lost his bus fare and had to walk all the way home. *
The mare took care of her new foal.
She sold her wares on a market stall.
I heard the blare of a police car siren.
The witch gave the little boy an evil glare. *
Make sure you get an equal share.
Can you spare any cash? .

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Learn about these words in Unit 12. Spelling choices for /air/ sound: air, are, ear

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