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Long Vowel Phonemes The long vowel ‘i’ can be written as: y as in cry igh as in sigh i _e as in magic ‘e’ bike, live
families of simple ‘i’ words bikebike dikedike hikehike likelike mikemike pikepike bitebite kitekite sitesite i_e
families of simple ‘i’ words divedive fivefive hivehive jivejive livelive filefile milemile pilepile tiletile vilevile i_e
families of simple ‘i’ words finefine lineline minemine ninenine pinepine vinevine wine hidehide rideride sideside tidetide widewide i_e
families of simple ‘i’ words lifelife wifewife mimemime timetime i_e
families of simple ‘i’ words pipepipe riperipe wipewipe riserise wisewise sizesize i_e
families of simple ‘i’ words iceice dicedice micemice nicenice ricerice diedie lielie piepie tietie i_e
families of simple long ‘i’ words byby mymy fly sly y cry dry fry try
families of simple long ‘i’ words sky spy sty shy y type style
families of simple long ‘i’ words high sigh igh fight light might night right sight tight
families of simple long ‘i’ words light right igh
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