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Study the word list: Year 7 Term 3 Week 2 -ey -y

Year 7 Term 3 Week 2 -ey -y

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story
Your sad story had us all in tears.
journey
The weather made the journey worse. *
obey
He promised to obey the Scout laws.
hungry
My dog is always hungry.
memory
My memory for spelling is getting better.
kidney
My Dad had a kidney transplant. *
jockey
The jockey fell off his horse. *
penalty
His penalty for stealing was a big fine.
trolley
Stack your trays neatly on the trolley please. *
valley
Shout across the valley to hear the echo.
injury
The injury left a scar.
envy
She was filled with envy. *
carry
Rats can carry disease.
priority
Literacy is a priority at the school. *
freckly
The girl had green eyes, brown hair and a freckly face. *
chimney
The smoke goes up the chimney. *
odyssey
Homer wrote the Odyssey. *
chutney
Phil made chutney with the excess tomatoes. *
apology
I accept your apology.
estuary
A river has an estuary. *

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