Spelling list: ow - longer words

To spell the sound /ou/ before the endings el and er use ow. At the end of a word, or the end of a syllable, use ow.

translate:
cower I would cower away from a pack of wolves.
flower There's a flower seller at the station.
power It won't work if you don't switch on the power.
shower We got soaked in a heavy shower.
tower The height of the Eiffel Tower is 300m.
towel The baby was wrapped in a towel.
trowel Use a trowel to dig up those weeds.
vowel This course teaches you about vowels.
allow Please allow me to explain.
endow A rich business man will endow our new town library.
eyebrow She raised her eyebrows in surprise.
coward A coward runs away to save himself.
powder How much curry powder shall I use?
rowdy His rowdy drunken shouting made us very angry.

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Learn about these words in Unit 15. Spelling choices for /ou/ sound: ou, ow


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