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Study the word list: ou - longer words

The sound /ou/ as in out is most often spelled with the letters ou.

Word list: ou - longer words

aloud She read aloud to her children every evening.
astound His amazing magic tricks will astound you.
confound Do not confound the problem by losing your temper.
surround The wolves will surround them.
account I have put the money in my savings account.
discount The cashier gave me a discount.
amount The amount of sales will determine the profits.
pronounce How do you pronounce your name?
renounce He intends to renounce his faith.
thousand I won a thousand dollars in the draw.
fountain There is a fountain in the market square.
mountain You can see for miles from the mountain ridge.
scoundrel That scoundrel stole my wallet.
round I'll come round to your house.
about They are so excited about their first holiday abroad.
counsel The doctor gave me some very wise counsel.
council The borough council studied the idea very thoroughly.

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Learn about these words in Unit 15. Spelling choices for /ou/ sound: ou, ow

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