An introduction to algebraic structures by Azriel Rosenfeld

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Can E and I be combined to form the long ā sound? Yes, such as with the words: rein, freight, neighbor, reindeer. Take a word strip and see if you can think of more EI words? On the sixth strip: “At the end of a word, use the EY combination, as with: obey or they. List as many words as you can remember. EI and EY are tricky. AI, AY, EI and EY can also use other vowel sounds; so, be careful. On a seventh strip of paper, have students write EA and say: “E and A combine together to use the long ā sound, as in the word: steak.

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