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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.

diet
A balanced diet should contain protein.
poet
Robert Burns is a famous Scottish poet.
quiet
It was very quiet in the church.
abbot
The abbot lived in the monastery.
ballot
Glen got most votes in the ballot.
carrot
Would your rabbit like a carrot?
chariot
A chariot is a traditional horse-drawn carriage used for war.
idiot
The man was behaving like an idiot.
maggot
A maggot is the larva of a fly.
parrot
We heard the parrot squawk.
pilot
The pilot told us to turn off our electronic devices.
riot
The government feared a riot would break out.
gamut
The actress expressed a gamut of emotions.
halibut
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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The /it/ sound spelled et
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