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Study the word list: Long /oo/ spelled ew

The letters ew are sometimes used to spell the long /oo/ sound. This is usually on the end of a word.

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blew
The wind blew gently over the beach.
brew
The lady allowed the tea to brew.
chew
Is it rude to chew gum in church?
crew
The ship's crew took to the lifeboats.
flew
Lindbergh flew across the Atlantic in 1927.
grew
The teenager grew a lot in just a year.
shrew
In the garden, we found a shrew.
threw
She threw the ball through my window.
cashew
A popular type of nut is the cashew nut.
jewel
The ring was encrusted with a jewel.
jewellery British English spelling
The king wore a lot of jewellery.
Andrew
My father is called Andrew.

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Learn about these words in Unit 13. Spelling choices for /oo/ sound: oo, ou


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