On the end of a word the most common way to spell the long /a/ sound is with the letters ay.
|away||Go away and leave me alone!|
|always||My shoes are always shiny.|
|betray||Don't betray my trust in you.|
|dismay||To our dismay it rained all day.|
|display||There was a display of books in the window.|
|decay||Brush your teeth every day to prevent decay.|
|delay||Trains are often subject to delay.|
|essay||Have you finished your essay yet?|
|portray||Does this picture portray a good likeness?|
|relay||They set a new record for the 400m relay race.|
|Sunday||My Dad waxes his car every Sunday. *|
|Monday||Do you look forward to work on a Monday?|
|Tuesday||I'll meet you on Tuesday afternoon.|
|Wednesday||He was sixty years old on Wednesday. *|
|Thursday||Shall we go out for dinner on Thursday?|
|Friday||I'll shop for food on Friday.|
|Saturday||Jack goes to the pub every Saturday.|
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Learn about these words in Unit 7. Long vowels e.g ee, ea or y? oa, o-e, or ow? u-e, ue, or ew?