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Study the word list: The /ut/ ending spelled ´et´, ´ot´, ´ut´

In these words the weak final syllable has the schwa sound + /t/. It can be spelled in many ways.

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Go on a diet to lose weight.
The poet wrote an ode to his love.
It was very quiet in the church.
The abbot lived in the monastery.
Glen got most votes in the ballot.
Would your rabbit like a carrot?
A chariot is a traditional horse-drawn carriage used for war.
Don't be so stupid, you idiot.
A maggot is the larva of a fly.
Most parrot species are able to mimic human words.
When the pilot ejected his parachute opened.
After the riot the shops were looted.
The actress expressed a gamut of emotions.
The fishermen caught many halibut.

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Learn about these words in Unit 32. Word endings: -et, -ot, -ate, -ite

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