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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: ai, oi

The digraphs ai and oi are virtually never used at the end of English words.

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The heavy rain caused some flooding.
Wait here until I get back.
Catch the train at the station.
I paid for the room by cheque.
My son is afraid of the dark.
Use vinegar and oil to make the dressing.
Let's all join in the singing.
The coin featured the monarch's profile.
What is the point of all this work?
This garden soil is good quality.

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