Spelling list: e-e words

A few words spell the long /e/ sound is by adding the letter e to the end of the word. You can practice spelling the long e sound by working through this list of e-e words.

translate:
theme Disneyland is a huge theme park.
scene The picture showed a peaceful country scene.
evening The evening sun cast a long shadow.
concede He would not concede that he was wrong.
precede To precede means to come before.
concrete Sand, cement and stones make concrete.
compete James will compete in the wheelchair marathon.
complete This was a complete waste of time.
delete It might be best to delete the email.
extreme A hurricane is a type of extreme weather.
obsolete Are film cameras now obsolete?
adhere You must adhere to the rules.
severe We were delayed by the severe weather.
sincere I think he is a very sincere person.
interfere Please do not interfere with my work.
persevere I will persevere until I can spell these words.
Chinese Sara likes Chinese food.
Japanese A kimono is a Japanese robe.

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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?


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