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The short vowel sound spelled using o

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of
The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
off
We set off from Florida for a week's cruise.
odd
That horse has a very odd gait.
october
Halloween is the end of October. *
object
A tube-shaped object is a cylinder.
observe
As a sign of respect, we will observe a minute's silence at 11.00 am. *
offer
Tom was selfish not to offer me a lift.
office
I'll call your office to say you are sick.
often
Stray cats are often very thin.
olive

opera
You can go to the opera at the Sydney Opera House. *
operate
Dr Brown had no alternative but to operate on the patient. *
orange
James would like an orange juice.
oscar
'The very essence of romance is uncertainty' - Oscar Wilde.
bottom
Dredge the mud form the bottom of the river.
cotton
Thread can be made of cotton or nylon.
dollar
Can you change a $50 dollar bill?
golf
He won the golf match by one stroke.
hospital
He went to hospital so they could mend his wound.
modern
Modern warfare uses computers.

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