On the end of a word the most common way to spell the long /o/ sound is with the letters ow.
|blow||Blow out the candles on your cake.|
|flow||The crowd will flow through the gates.|
|show||Tick the box to show you have read the text.|
|throw||Don't throw your clothes on the floor.|
|arrow||The archer was down to his last arrow.|
|below||He lives in the rooms below me.|
|borrow||Could I borrow some milk?|
|elbow||A blow on the elbow can be painful.|
|fellow||That fellow keeps looking at me.|
|follow||Don't follow me, I'm lost.|
|hollow||The tree trunk was hollow. *|
|meadow||Cows are grazing in the meadow.|
|narrow||Our car got stuck in a narrow lane.|
|pillow||I like to sleep with a big pillow. *|
|shadow||The evening sun cast a long shadow.|
|shallow||The shallow water is marked by a buoy.|
|sorrow||Sorrow is a feeling of great sadness.|
|swallow||A swallow was flying up above.|
|bungalow||They lived in a small bungalow by the sea.|
|tomorrow||I'll call you again tomorrow.|
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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?