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-k, -ck, or –ke a the end of a word?
Use –ck if you hear the /k/ sound right after a short vowel. Examples: back peck sick sock tuck
Use –ke to make the vowel long Examples: make pike poke duke
Use –k when you hear words with –ook, or other welded sounds like Examples: book cook
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