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je words

A few words do use the letter j before e .

jet
The hose spat out a jet of water.
jerk
The car started off with a jerk.
jeep
A jeep safari is a great way to see wild animals.
jeer
I wish the other children wouldn't jeer.
jelly
Frog spawn looks like jelly.
jew
A Jew is a follower of Judaism.
jewel
The jewel was set in a gold ring.
jersey
The leader of the cycle race wears a yellow jersey.
jeopardy
His brave actions put his life in jeopardy.
eject
Please could you eject the DVD from the player.
inject
Her joke would inject some humour into the conversation.
object
I object to animals performing in a circus.
project
I would appreciate your help with this project.
reject
I will reject these goods as unfit for purpose.
subject
Trains are often subject to delay.

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Learn about these words in Unit 19. Soft g: ge, gi, gy

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