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Study the word list: Year 5, /oa/ sounds written as ou, ow, o,o-e and oa

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bone
Ligaments are strong bands connecting bone to bone. *
phone
Did you hear the phone ring?
robe
A kimono is a Japanese robe.
oat
I love to have oat bars for breakfast. *
coat
Hang your coat on the hook.
throat
I keep sneezing and my throat is sore.
low
The ceiling is very low in this old house.
snow
The only snow is at the top of the mountain.
blow
Blow on your cup of tea to cool it.
no
There are no rooms free at the hotel.
so
The apple is ripe so pick it.
post
Please post the letter. *
soul
Prayer is good for the soul.
mould British English spelling
The old cheese was covered in mould.
shoulder
You can cry on my shoulder.
rescue
There was great relief at the rescue.

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