Vowel Boot Camp: The Letter "O"
00:02 - 01:59
1m 57s

Sergeant Mark orders vowel letterhead "O" to state his long and short sounds. He also asks the letterhead to state his sound when used in the words, "not" and "note."

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Letterhead "I" is ordered by Sergeant Mark to state his long and short sounds. The letterhead uses bothĀ its sounds in the words, "rip" and "ripe." Also, theĀ letterheads mentionĀ a rule of vowels: when there's an "e"Ā at the end of a word, the vowel before it should be pronounced with its long sound.