What word has a OU?
Words with OU saying “ow!”
What words start with long u?
The words are: amuse, cube, cute, fuse, huge, mule, tube, unicorn, uniform, use.
What is the long sound of u?
A long vowel is a vowel sound that is pronounced the same way as the name of the letter itself. For example, the long U sound is pronounced like “yoo,” as would be the case in words like “lure” and “tube.” By contrast, the short U sound is pronounced more like “uh,” as in words like “cub” and “tub.”
Is OU short or long?
Spelling and Pronunciation: OU
|short U||rough, tough, enough, country, young|
|short O||bought, fought, sought, cough|
|Long O||though, dough, thorough, four, pour, tour, soul|
|Long U||through, route*|
What are 5 words using OU?
5-letter words starting with OU
What are words with the u sound?
Some examples of short ‘u’ sound words include: jump, mug, sun, duck, bus, umbrella, drum, truck, hut, gum, cut, mud, and cup.
Does OU make a long u sound?
OO can be in any part of the word while ou making the long u sound is usually in the middle of a word.
How do you spell the long u sound?
These words spell the long /u/ sound using a split digraph u_e where u is in the middle of the word and an e at the end of the word. UE Words and EW Words The long /u/ sound is spelled with the letters ue and ew, at the end of some words. Long ‘u’ Vowel Sound Words
Is ou short or long vowel?
The only time ou represents the “long vowel” sound of o is when it is followed by the letter r as in pour. The “short sound” of o is heard in mop. The vowel sound in would is the vowel sound heard in hood. This sound is neither “short” nor “long.”
What words have the ou sound in them?
Actually, there are several English words in which the spelling ou represents the /oo/ sound: you, your, tour, crouton, group, coup.
What words have the U Sound in them?
Today we’ll discuss about vowel ‘u’ and it’s usage in words. This ESL phonics extensive list introduces students to the more than 50 plus “short u” and “long u” sound words. The short U sound is what you hear when you pronounce words like “cup” or “jug.”