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I say oi You say…
We say oi as in soil. boil coin coil join quoit poison tinfoil
I say ay You say…
We say ay as in play. way say tray sway bay crayon
I say igh You say…
We say igh as in light. night high right sight might sigh
I say u-e You say…
We say u-e as in tune. rule huge June tube use computer
I say oo You say… boot
We say oo as in moon. food boot shoot soon mood balloon
I say oo You say… hook
We say oo as in book. hook look hood stood cook wood
I say ey You say… hey
We say ey as in they. grey hey obey prey survey
I say ou You say… found
We say ou as in scout. mouth shout about found out cloud mountain
I say aw You say…
We say aw as in drawer. straw claw saw lawn yawn law shawl draw
I say ur You say…
We say ur as in burn. fur urn turn turnip curds burp
I say ure You say…
We say ure as in sure. pure lure assure cure secure manure mature
I say er You say…
We say er as in ladder. hammer letter supper dinner boxer better summer
I say air You say…
We say air as in hair. air fair lair pair
I say ee You say…
We say ee as in weep. see feel feet jeep seem meet week
I say ew You say…
We say ew as in blew. flew chew few crew new knew nephew
I say ow You say… cow
We say ow as in clown. owl town cow bow crowd gown towel
I say ow You say… slow
We say ow as in bow. glow tow blow show shown throw
I say or You say…
We say or as in fork. for cork cord sort born worn torn
I say ear You say…
We say ear as in hear. fear tear feared beard clear
I say ue You say…
We say ue as in blue. clue true glue Sue issue tissue
I say o-e You say…
We say o-e as in bone. woke stone telephone home cone robe pole
I say ie You say…
We say ie as in tie. lie pie die cried replied
I say oy You say…
We say oy as in toy. boy joy enjoy annoy oyster
I say y You say… I
We say y as in fly. cry why shy by my dry sky
I say ai You say…
We say ai as in train. laid rain pain paid hail main wait
I say oe You say…
We say oe as in toe. hoe doe foe woe Joe goes tomatoes
I say y You say… ee
We say y as in mummy. funny any many happy heavy sunny quickly
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