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Study the word list: -o words - musical

On the end of these words the long /o/ sound is spelled with just the letter o.

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allegro Allegro describes a fast music movement.
alto He sang alto in the local choir.
banjo He learned to play the banjo.
bongo We danced to the beat of the bongo drum.
calypso We sang and danced to calypso music.
cello My friend plays the cello incredibly well.
concerto Mozart was the master of the concerto.
flamenco Flamenco is a Spanish dance with stamping and clapping.
oratorio An oratorio is a long dramatic musical work.
piano I play my piano for hours each day.
piccolo The piccolo is a small instrument of the flute family.
solo Solo means on your own.
soprano The soprano singer sang the solo.
tango The tango is a Latin-American ballroom dance.

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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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