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In short words the most common way of spelling the sound /air/ is with the letters are.

translate:
bare The room was bare of all furniture.
dare How dare you accuse me of that?
hare The hare raced across the field to escape the fox. *
pare Pare the apple and cut out the core.
rare Ben likes his steak cooked rare.
flare We saw the fire flare up.
scare That ride wouldn't scare me.
snare The rabbit was trapped in a snare.
stare Is it rude to stare?
care Take care not to skid on the ice.
fare He lost his bus fare and had to walk all the way home. *
mare The mare took care of her new foal.
ware She sold her wares on a market stall.
blare I heard the blare of a police car siren.
glare The witch gave the little boy an evil glare. *
share Make sure you get an equal share.
spare Can you spare any cash? .

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Learn about these words in Unit 12. Spelling choices for /air/ sound: air, are, ear

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