6 Long Vowels

6.1 The long a sound

The long a sound is represented by AEU in Plover, in words like play and wait.

PHRAEU

play play play play

WAEUT

wait wait wait wait

6.2 Long e

The long e sound is represented by AOE in Plover, in words like beef and tease.

PWAOEF

beef beef beef beef

TAOES

tease tease tease tease

6.3 Long u

The long u sound is represented by AOU, in words like cute, dune and few.

KAOUT

cute cute cute cute

TKAOUPB

dune dune dune dune

TPAOU

few few few few
For few and other words with long vowel sounds, it is the vowel sound which
matters, not the spelling.

6.4 Long i

The long i sound is represented by AOEU, in words like light, fly, and dine.

HRAOEUT

light light light light

TPHRAOEU

fly fly fly fly

TKAOEUPB

dine dine dine dine

6.4.1 Write

1. ace ace ace case case case face face face lace lace lace mace mace mace
2. pace pace pace race race race
3. brace brace brace grace grace grace place place place space space space trace trace trace
4. bail bail bail fail fail fail hail hail hail jail jail jail mail mail mail
5. nail nail nail pail pail pail rail rail rail sail sail sail tail tail tail wail wail wail
6. flail flail flail frail frail frail grail grail grail quail quail quail snail snail snail trail trail trail
7. ape ape ape cape cape cape gape gape gape nape nape nape rape rape rape tape tape tape
8. drape drape drape grape grape grape shape shape shape
9. ate ate ate date date date fate fate fate hate hate hate late late late
10. mate mate mate rate rate rate sate sate sate wait wait wait
11. crate crate crate grate grate grate plate plate plate slate slate slate state state state
12. bay bay bay day day day gay gay gay jay jay jay lay lay lay
13. may may may nay nay nay pay pay pay ray ray ray say say say
14. way way way yay yay yay
15. clay clay clay flay flay flay fray fray fray gray gray gray play play play
16. pray pray pray slay slay slay stay stay stay sway sway sway tray tray tray
17. gain gain gain main main main pain pain pain rain rain rain sane sane sane
18. brain brain brain chain chain chain drain drain drain grain grain grain plain plain plain
19. slain slain slain stain stain stain train train train
20. air air air fair fair fair hair hair hair pair pair pair rare rare rare
21. chair chair chair flair flair flair stair stair stair
25. faint faint faint paint paint paint saint saint saint taint taint taint
26. laid laid laid maid maid maid paid paid paid raid raid raid
27. braid braid braid staid staid staid
28. daze daze daze faze faze faze gaze gaze gaze haze haze haze
29. blaze blaze blaze glaze glaze glaze graze graze graze
30. bee bee bee see see see tee tee tee
31. flee flee flee free free free glee glee glee knee knee knee thee thee thee
32. tree tree tree whee whee whee
33. bean bean bean dean dean dean jean jean jean keen keen keen lean lean lean
34. mean mean mean seen seen seen wean wean wean
35. clean clean clean green green green preen preen preen queen queen queen sheen sheen sheen
36. eat eat eat beet beet beet feet feet feet heat heat heat meet meet meet
37. neat neat neat peat peat peat seat seat seat teat teat teat
38. cheat cheat cheat cleat cleat cleat fleet fleet fleet greet greet greet pleat pleat pleat
39. sheet sheet sheet street street street sweet sweet sweet trea trea trea tweet tweet tweet wheat wheat wheat
40. eel eel eel deal deal deal feel feel feel heel heel heel meal meal meal
41. peel peel peel reel reel reel seal seal seal kneel kneel kneel steel steel steel veal veal veal
42. deed deed deed feed feed feed need need need reed reed reed seed seed seed
43. bleed bleed bleed breed breed breed creed creed creed greed greed greed kneed kneed kneed
44. speed speed speed steed steed steed tweed tweed tweed
45. ear ear ear beer beer beer fear fear fear jeer jeer jeer leer leer leer
46. peer peer peer rear rear rear seer seer seer year year year
47. cheer cheer cheer queer queer queer sheer sheer sheer sneer sneer sneer steer steer steer
48. beep beep beep deep deep deep keep keep keep peep peep peep seep seep seep weep weep weep
49. bleep bleep bleep creep creep creep sheep sheep sheep sleep sleep sleep steep steep steep sweep sweep sweep
50. cry cry cry dry dry dry fry fry fry pry pry pry try try try wry wry wry
52. lie lie lie pie pie pie ply ply ply sigh sigh sigh shy shy shy sly sly sly tie tie tie vie vie vie
53. mild mild mild wild wild wild child child child
54. dine dine dine fine fine fine line line line mine mine mine nine nine nine
55. pine pine pine vine vine vine wine wine wine
56. brine brine brine shine shine shine spine spine spine swine swine swine twine twine twine whine whine whine
57. fight fight fight height height height light light light might might might night night night
58. quite quite quite right right right sight sight sight tight tight tight
59. bright bright bright flight flight flight fright fright fright plight plight plight slight slight slight
60. bide bide bide chide chide chide glide glide glide guide guide guide hide hide hide
61. pride pride pride slide slide slide ride ride ride side side side tide tide tide wide wide wide
62. pipe pipe pipe ripe ripe ripe wipe wipe wipe gripe gripe gripe snipe snipe snipe swipe swipe swipe
63. life life life knife knife knife rife rife rife strife strife strife wife wife wife
64. dire dire dire fire fire fire mire mire mire sire sire sire tire tire tire wire wire wire
65. cue cue cue few few few hue hue hue pew pew pew rue rue rue sue sue sue
66. blue blue blue clue clue clue glue glue glue shoe shoe shoe true true true
67. cure cure cure pure pure pure sure sure sure
68. suit suit suit fruit fruit fruit brute brute brute truce truce truce

6.4.2 Write with sound

Controls
1. The rat ran at a fine rate. The rat ran at a fine rate. The rat ran at a fine rate.
2. His mate sat on a mat. His mate sat on a mat. His mate sat on a mat.
3. If I get rid of it, I go to ride. If I get rid of it, I go to ride. If I get rid of it, I go to ride.
4. They play. They play. They play.
5. Horses race. Horses race. Horses race.
7. A gold chain. A gold chain. A gold chain.
8. A sane man. A sane man. A sane man.
9. Red hair. Red hair. Red hair.
10. A rare chance. A rare chance. A rare chance.
11. I will praise him. I will praise him. I will praise him.
12. The keel of a ship. The keel of a ship. The keel of a ship.
13. A steel chain. A steel chain. A steel chain.
14. The horse fled. The horse fled. The horse fled.
15. Blue sky. Blue sky. Blue sky.
16. I have seen a bean. I have seen a bean. I have seen a bean.
17. A green tree. A green tree. A green tree.
18. I will meet him. I will meet him. I will meet him.
19. He will not cheat. He will not cheat. He will not cheat.
20. It is true. It is true. It is true.
21. A flag of truce. A flag of truce. A flag of truce.
22. A rude child. A rude child. A rude child.
23. He is a brute. He is a brute. He is a brute.
24. Sweet fruit. Sweet fruit. Sweet fruit.
25. A fur cap. A fur cap. A fur cap.
26. Do not stir. Do not stir. Do not stir.
27. Furl the flag. Furl the flag. Furl the flag.
28. It will not turn. It will not turn. It will not turn.
29. He will play in the dirt. He will play in the dirt. He will play in the dirt.
30. Why do you cry? Why do you cry? Why do you cry?
31. It is a fly. It is a fly. It is a fly.
32. Try to go. Try to go. Try to go.
33. Try to do it. Try to do it. Try to do it.
34. I do try. I do try. I do try.
35. He is to try. He is to try. He is to try.
36. Why is he shy? Why is he shy? Why is he shy?
37. We try to go. We try to go. We try to go.
38. It is up in the sky. It is up in the sky. It is up in the sky.
39. A fly is up in the sky. A fly is up in the sky. A fly is up in the sky.
40. A fly is in the web. A fly is in the web. A fly is in the web.
41. A bat can fly. A bat can fly. A bat can fly.
42. I can see her. I can see her. I can see her.
43. We saw him fly. We saw him fly. We saw him fly.
44. He was far off. He was far off. He was far off.
45. The way is dry. The way is dry. The way is dry.
46. My pen is dry. My pen is dry. My pen is dry.
47. May we go out? May we go out? May we go out?
48. You may go out. You may go out. You may go out.
49. I see the sun. I see the sun. I see the sun.
50. You may get up. You may get up. You may get up.
51. Do see him fly. Do see him fly. Do see him fly.
52. Will you buy me a cap? Will you buy me a cap? Will you buy me a cap?
53. The tree is on the hill. The tree is on the hill. The tree is on the hill.
54. Sit by me and I will tie it. Sit by me and I will tie it. Sit by me and I will tie it.
55. It is not dry. It is not dry. It is not dry.
56. It is a wet day. It is a wet day. It is a wet day.
57. See the dog on the mat. See the dog on the mat. See the dog on the mat.
58. He is not to lie on it. He is not to lie on it. He is not to lie on it.
59. You may lie in the sun. You may lie in the sun. You may lie in the sun.
60. Now you may try it. Now you may try it. Now you may try it.
61. You may ask her to do it. You may ask her to do it. You may ask her to do it.
62. She may do it, if she can. She may do it, if she can. She may do it, if she can.
63. He had to pay for it. He had to pay for it. He had to pay for it.
64. The dog met a cat, and the cat ran up a tree. The dog met a cat, and the cat ran up a tree. The dog met a cat, and the cat ran up a tree.
65. See me dip it. See me dip it. See me dip it.
66. Do not lie in bed. Do not lie in bed. Do not lie in bed.
67. It is day. It is day. It is day.
68. Put it off, or I may pull you by the ear. Put it off, or I may pull you by the ear. Put it off, or I may pull you by the ear.
69. May I buy me a new top? May I buy me a new top? May I buy me a new top?
70. Yes, you may, if you can pay for one. Yes, you may, if you can pay for one. Yes, you may, if you can pay for one.
71. You may buy a mug for Jane. You may buy a mug for Jane. You may buy a mug for Jane.
72. And a tin cup for John. And a tin cup for John. And a tin cup for John.
73. A hen can fly, but she can not fly far. A hen can fly, but she can not fly far. A hen can fly, but she can not fly far.
74. But the sun is up, and the bee is up. But the sun is up, and the bee is up. But the sun is up, and the bee is up.
75. Has the bee got a leg? Has the bee got a leg? Has the bee got a leg?
76. A bee can fly. A bee can fly. A bee can fly.
77. It is too dry. It is too dry. It is too dry.
78. My shoe fits me. My shoe fits me. My shoe fits me.
79. May I go to see John? May I go to see John? May I go to see John?
80. Go, fly. Go, fly. Go, fly.
81. Do not sit on the cup. Do not sit on the cup. Do not sit on the cup.
82. Do see how wet it is. Do see how wet it is. Do see how wet it is.
83. I did not see him do it. I did not see him do it. I did not see him do it.
84. It is so wet, I cannot use it. It is so wet, I cannot use it. It is so wet, I cannot use it.
85. You may lay it in the sun, and let it dry. You may lay it in the sun, and let it dry. You may lay it in the sun, and let it dry.
86. No, I did not see him. No, I did not see him. No, I did not see him.
87. I did not mean to do it. I did not mean to do it. I did not mean to do it.
89. Did I not dry you, if you got wet? Did I not dry you, if you got wet? Did I not dry you, if you got wet?
90. Yes, I did. Yes, I did. Yes, I did.
92. A fly is in the web. A fly is in the web. A fly is in the web.
93. Oh, fly! Why did you get in the web? Oh, fly! Why did you get in the web? Oh, fly! Why did you get in the web?
94. He will eat you up. He will eat you up. He will eat you up.
95. He can sup on the leg of a fly. He can sup on the leg of a fly. He can sup on the leg of a fly.
96. See, he has got you up in his den now. See, he has got you up in his den now. See, he has got you up in his den now.
97. Poor fly! You are to be eat up by him, who sits in his den, and gets a fly as oft as he can. Poor fly! You are to be eat up by him, who sits in his den, and gets a fly as oft as he can. Poor fly! You are to be eat up by him, who sits in his den, and gets a fly as oft as he can.
98. What a fine day it is! What a fine day it is! What a fine day it is!
99. Can we ride to the top of the hill? Can we ride to the top of the hill? Can we ride to the top of the hill?
100. We may have a good time if we can ride so far. We may have a good time if we can ride so far. We may have a good time if we can ride so far.
101. Here it is. Here it is. Here it is.
102. Here we are at the top of the hill. Here we are at the top of the hill. Here we are at the top of the hill.
103. How far we can see! How far we can see! How far we can see!
104. They make meal out of corn. They make meal out of corn. They make meal out of corn.
106. We have had a fine ride. We have had a fine ride. We have had a fine ride.
107. A bird can sing, but a fly cannot sing. A bird can sing, but a fly cannot sing. A bird can sing, but a fly cannot sing.
108. A fly has two wings and six legs. A fly has two wings and six legs. A fly has two wings and six legs.
109. A fly has lit on my hand. A fly has lit on my hand. A fly has lit on my hand.
110. What do you want, fly? What do you want, fly? What do you want, fly?
111. You can eat birds too. You can eat birds too. You can eat birds too.
112. All the birds hate you. All the birds hate you. All the birds hate you.
113. Go not in the way of bad men. Go not in the way of bad men. Go not in the way of bad men.
114. He knew what he did. He knew what he did. He knew what he did.
115. His eye was keen. His eye was keen. His eye was keen.
116. Might does not make right. Might does not make right. Might does not make right.
117. He does not mind us; he rides away. He does not mind us; he rides away. He does not mind us; he rides away.
118. Do not fear; he will not hurt you. Do not fear; he will not hurt you. Do not fear; he will not hurt you.
119. His name is Tray. His name is Tray. His name is Tray.
120. He is glad to see us, and to go with us. He is glad to see us, and to go with us. He is glad to see us, and to go with us.
121. It is too high. It is too high. It is too high.
122. It is quite wet. It is quite wet. It is quite wet.
123. If we could not, he would die. If we could not, he would die. If we could not, he would die.
124. This is not grass. This is not grass. This is not grass.
125. No, it is corn. No, it is corn. No, it is corn.
126. It will be ripe soon. It will be ripe soon. It will be ripe soon.
127. Will the bees sting us? Will the bees sting us? Will the bees sting us?
128. No, they will not sting us if we do not hurt them. No, they will not sting us if we do not hurt them. No, they will not sting us if we do not hurt them.
129. Put it on the fire. Put it on the fire. Put it on the fire.
130. Do not go too near the fire. Do not go too near the fire. Do not go too near the fire.
132. I will lend it to you, if you will use it with care. I will lend it to you, if you will use it with care. I will lend it to you, if you will use it with care.
133. Lay the crab on the slab, or he will grab your hand. Lay the crab on the slab, or he will grab your hand. Lay the crab on the slab, or he will grab your hand.
134. Do not say grab. Do not say grab. Do not say grab.
135. The bat flies at night. The bat flies at night. The bat flies at night.
136. An ant may hurt a plant. An ant may hurt a plant. An ant may hurt a plant.
137. The man who did it is not sane. The man who did it is not sane. The man who did it is not sane.
138. The grapes are stale. The grapes are stale. The grapes are stale.
139. The ape has the shape, but not the sense, of a man. The ape has the shape, but not the sense, of a man. The ape has the shape, but not the sense, of a man.
140. If you gape so, I will tie a tape round your face. If you gape so, I will tie a tape round your face. If you gape so, I will tie a tape round your face.
141. Have you a slate? Have you a slate? Have you a slate?
144. Yes, I have a brace. Yes, I have a brace. Yes, I have a brace.
145. You ran at a great pace, but we could trace you. You ran at a great pace, but we could trace you. You ran at a great pace, but we could trace you.
146. Have you space in your case for this lace? Have you space in your case for this lace? Have you space in your case for this lace?
147. Has Papa said grace? Has Papa said grace? Has Papa said grace?
148. How it shines on the glaze of the tiles! How it shines on the glaze of the tiles! How it shines on the glaze of the tiles!
149. If a man fail to pay what is due he may be put in jail. If a man fail to pay what is due he may be put in jail. If a man fail to pay what is due he may be put in jail.
150. Hang the pail to the nail on the rail. Hang the pail to the nail on the rail. Hang the pail to the nail on the rail.
151. Clear out the drain. Clear out the drain. Clear out the drain.
152. We think with the brain. We think with the brain. We think with the brain.
153. That fair girl with light hair was in a chair in the open air. That fair girl with light hair was in a chair in the open air. That fair girl with light hair was in a chair in the open air.
154. Pray do not say nay. Pray do not say nay. Pray do not say nay.
155. Pay for the nuts. Pay for the nuts. Pay for the nuts.
156. Stay, put the clay on this tray. Stay, put the clay on this tray. Stay, put the clay on this tray.
157. The child is in the way. The child is in the way. The child is in the way.
158. Is her knife sharp? Is her knife sharp? Is her knife sharp?
159. Did you pass that mass the clay? Did you pass that mass the clay? Did you pass that mass the clay?
160. We may not bet nor pelt stones. We may not bet nor pelt stones. We may not bet nor pelt stones.
161. The keel of the boat hurt the eel. The keel of the boat hurt the eel. The keel of the boat hurt the eel.
162. Yes, but he hurt his heel, and they saw him reel and fall on his knee. Yes, but he hurt his heel, and they saw him reel and fall on his knee. Yes, but he hurt his heel, and they saw him reel and fall on his knee.
163. Let me free. Let me free. Let me free.
164. I do not feel well. I do not feel well. I do not feel well.
165. We will see thee again. We will see thee again. We will see thee again.
166. Do not leer so at me. Do not leer so at me. Do not leer so at me.
167. It is not kind to jeer or sneer. It is not kind to jeer or sneer. It is not kind to jeer or sneer.
168. You need not feed my bird. You need not feed my bird. You need not feed my bird.
169. This street is side. This street is side. This street is side.
170. Rain makes pigs squeal. Rain makes pigs squeal. Rain makes pigs squeal.
171. Can you see the big shop? Can you see the big shop? Can you see the big shop?
172. I can see a dress near the tent. I can see a dress near the tent. I can see a dress near the tent.
173. I find a cart in the yard. I find a cart in the yard. I find a cart in the yard.
174. See my doll. See my doll. See my doll.
175. See my new doll. See my new doll. See my new doll.
176. I have a new doll. I have a new doll. I have a new doll.
177. I have a big doll. I have a big doll. I have a big doll.
178. Sue has a doll. Sue has a doll. Sue has a doll.
179. Sue has a cat. Sue has a cat. Sue has a cat.
180. See this girl. See this girl. See this girl.
181. She has a cat. She has a cat. She has a cat.
182. Sue is a good girl. Sue is a good girl. Sue is a good girl.
183. She has a doll. She has a doll. She has a doll.
184. I see a cat and a doll. I see a cat and a doll. I see a cat and a doll.
185. Sue has a bird. Sue has a bird. Sue has a bird.
186. I have a dog and a cat. I have a dog and a cat. I have a dog and a cat.
187. The dog can run and play. The dog can run and play. The dog can run and play.
188. See me pat him. See me pat him. See me pat him.
189. The bean is a seed. The bean is a seed. The bean is a seed.
190. You can eat this seed. You can eat this seed. You can eat this seed.
191. We eat the beet. We eat the beet. We eat the beet.
192. The red beets are ripe. The red beets are ripe. The red beets are ripe.
193. I have a nut and a date. I have a nut and a date. I have a nut and a date.
194. The date has a pit. The date has a pit. The date has a pit.
195. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit.
196. Can you see a hand and a flag? Can you see a hand and a flag? Can you see a hand and a flag?
197. See me on my big red sled! See me on my big red sled! See me on my big red sled!
198. The dog has soft pads on his feet, like the cat. The dog has soft pads on his feet, like the cat. The dog has soft pads on his feet, like the cat.
199. Then they will go to see their son. Then they will go to see their son. Then they will go to see their son.
200. It was in an old tree. It was in an old tree. It was in an old tree.
201. Eat the cake in the shade of the tree. Eat the cake in the shade of the tree. Eat the cake in the shade of the tree.
202. We need rain. We need rain. We need rain.
203. Jane will buy some nice rice. Jane will buy some nice rice. Jane will buy some nice rice.
204. My kind cat will not bite. My kind cat will not bite. My kind cat will not bite.
205. A day in June. A day in June. A day in June.
206. A blue sky. A blue sky. A blue sky.
207. The wind blew. The wind blew. The wind blew.
208. See my kite rise! See my kite rise! See my kite rise!
209. That grain is quite green. That grain is quite green. That grain is quite green.
210. It is rye. It is rye. It is rye.
211. He laid the date on a plate. He laid the date on a plate. He laid the date on a plate.
212. Tie the twine. Tie the twine. Tie the twine.
213. A fleet steed. A fleet steed. A fleet steed.
214. From seals we get fur. From seals we get fur. From seals we get fur.
215. Write a few lines. Write a few lines. Write a few lines.
216. Its wings got wet, too. Its wings got wet, too. Its wings got wet, too.
217. It could not fly. It could not fly. It could not fly.
218. The bee could not get out. The bee could not get out. The bee could not get out.
219. The air is mild. The air is mild. The air is mild.
220. You may win. You may win. You may win.
221. A tube is a pipe. A tube is a pipe. A tube is a pipe.
222. Mind that child, and be kind and mild to it. Mind that child, and be kind and mild to it. Mind that child, and be kind and mild to it.
223. Do not cry or be shy, but try hard to get on. Do not cry or be shy, but try hard to get on. Do not cry or be shy, but try hard to get on.
224. Our dog has lop ears. Our dog has lop ears. Our dog has lop ears.
225. What a pair of tongs! What a pair of tongs! What a pair of tongs!
226. The bird eats seed. The bird eats seed. The bird eats seed.
227. Why do you cry? Why do you cry? Why do you cry?
228. It is a fly. It is a fly. It is a fly.
229. A fly is in the web. A fly is in the web. A fly is in the web.
230. The way is dry. The way is dry. The way is dry.
231. The dog can run and play. The dog can run and play. The dog can run and play.
232. You can eat this seed. You can eat this seed. You can eat this seed.
233. We eat the beet. We eat the beet. We eat the beet.
234. I feed seeds to my bird. I feed seeds to my bird. I feed seeds to my bird.
235. A hen has two feet. A hen has two feet. A hen has two feet.
236. This is her way of singing. This is her way of singing. This is her way of singing.
237. An ear. An ear. An ear.
238. An ape. An ape. An ape.
239. I aim at a jay. I aim at a jay. I aim at a jay.
240. It is gay. It is gay. It is gay.
241. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed.
242. It is not day. It is not day. It is not day.
243. He has his way. He has his way. He has his way.
244. We ate. We ate. We ate.
245. Try to see the sky. Try to see the sky. Try to see the sky.
246. The day is dry. The day is dry. The day is dry.
247. It is of use. It is of use. It is of use.
248. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice.
249. O, let us go! O, let us go! O, let us go!
250. Few go so. Few go so. Few go so.
251. Ah! I see a car. Ah! I see a car. Ah! I see a car.
252. One hundred cents make a dollar. One hundred cents make a dollar. One hundred cents make a dollar.
254. Blind, not able to see. Blind, not able to see. Blind, not able to see.
255. The cad is blind in one eye. The cad is blind in one eye. The cad is blind in one eye.
256. We spotted a bay horse on the trail. We spotted a bay horse on the trail. We spotted a bay horse on the trail.
259. You are in her way. You are in her way. You are in her way.
260. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait.
261. Is it safe? Is it safe? Is it safe?
262. See the sail sway. See the sail sway. See the sail sway.
263. He can pace. He can pace. He can pace.
264. Can he bray? Can he bray? Can he bray?
265. A vase of clay. A vase of clay. A vase of clay.
266. He is in jail. He is in jail. He is in jail.
267. His face and fate are sad. His face and fate are sad. His face and fate are sad.
268. Eat a tart. Eat a tart. Eat a tart.
269. The fair lad has red hair. The fair lad has red hair. The fair lad has red hair.
270. Here you can see it. Here you can see it. Here you can see it.
271. The deer are free. The deer are free. The deer are free.
273. Do not weep. Do not weep. Do not weep.
274. It is a day of glee. It is a day of glee. It is a day of glee.
275. The air is keen. The air is keen. The air is keen.
276. Furl the sail. Furl the sail. Furl the sail.
277. Curl my hair. Curl my hair. Curl my hair.
278. A tile. A tile. A tile.
279. A rind. A rind. A rind.
280. A vine. A vine. A vine.
281. A pile of dirt. A pile of dirt. A pile of dirt.
282. A fine mind. A fine mind. A fine mind.
283. He is mine. He is mine. He is mine.
284. Nine men run for life. Nine men run for life. Nine men run for life.
285. Wipe my hand. Wipe my hand. Wipe my hand.
286. I sigh. I sigh. I sigh.
287. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed.
288. It is not day. It is not day. It is not day.
289. He has his way. He has his way. He has his way.
290. The day is dry. The day is dry. The day is dry.
291. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice.
292. O, let us go! O, let us go! O, let us go!
293. You are in her way. You are in her way. You are in her way.
294. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait.
295. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed.
296. It is not day. It is not day. It is not day.
297. He has his way. He has his way. He has his way.
298. The day is dry. The day is dry. The day is dry.
299. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice.
300. O, let us go! O, let us go! O, let us go!
301. You are in her way. You are in her way. You are in her way.
302. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait.
303. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed. Lay me in bed.
304. It is not day. It is not day. It is not day.
305. He has his way. He has his way. He has his way.
306. The day is dry. The day is dry. The day is dry.
307. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice. My pie is on the ice.
308. O, let us go! O, let us go! O, let us go!
309. You are in her way. You are in her way. You are in her way.
310. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait. If it rain and hail, we can wait.
311. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit.
312. What a breeze! What a breeze! What a breeze!
313. Our dog is quite wild. Our dog is quite wild. Our dog is quite wild.
314. A nun thinks she ought to shun all but other nuns. A nun thinks she ought to shun all but other nuns. A nun thinks she ought to shun all but other nuns.
315. Grace has a smile. Grace has a smile. Grace has a smile.
316. The sun does not shine, so the day is dull. The sun does not shine, so the day is dull. The sun does not shine, so the day is dull.
317. Rice is a kind of corn or grass. Rice is a kind of corn or grass. Rice is a kind of corn or grass.
318. I have heard that twice before. I have heard that twice before. I have heard that twice before.
319. My pig is in his sty. My pig is in his sty. My pig is in his sty.
320. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit.
321. She went to glean in the bean field. She went to glean in the bean field. She went to glean in the bean field.
322. I feel quite stiff where I hurt my rib. I feel quite stiff where I hurt my rib. I feel quite stiff where I hurt my rib.
323. He says that she said with a smile, you are my friend. He says that she said with a smile, you are my friend. He says that she said with a smile, you are my friend.
324. Wait, little maid, lend your aid to sew on this braid. Wait, little maid, lend your aid to sew on this braid. Wait, little maid, lend your aid to sew on this braid.
325. A quart is two pints. A quart is two pints. A quart is two pints.
327. Eat mint. Eat mint. Eat mint.
328. Grand, very fine. Grand, very fine. Grand, very fine.
329. Waited, stayed for. Waited, stayed for. Waited, stayed for.
330. He means to do it. He means to do it. He means to do it.
331. This news will change his mind. This news will change his mind. This news will change his mind.
333. Wrong, not right. Wrong, not right. Wrong, not right.
334. I ate curd. I ate curd. I ate curd.
335. Can you file a wire? Can you file a wire? Can you file a wire?
336. But it is only in fun. But it is only in fun. But it is only in fun.
337. And it is mine. And it is mine. And it is mine.
338. You gape. You gape. You gape.
339. He was seen at the rear. He was seen at the rear. He was seen at the rear.
340. A heap of beet seed. A heap of beet seed. A heap of beet seed.
341. There was a tree on a hill. There was a tree on a hill. There was a tree on a hill.
343. Then she ate it. Then she ate it. Then she ate it.
344. It does not fly at night. It does not fly at night. It does not fly at night.
345. She likes to bake. She likes to bake. She likes to bake.
346. Many hands make light work. Many hands make light work. Many hands make light work.
348. The webs look very frail. The webs look very frail. The webs look very frail.
349. It is a trap for a fly. It is a trap for a fly. It is a trap for a fly.
350. See the flag rise! See the flag rise! See the flag rise!
351. They were mates. They were mates. They were mates.
352. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit. I can see a pin and a bit.
353. Laid, from lay. Laid, from lay. Laid, from lay.
354. I have to shop for a new suit. I have to shop for a new suit. I have to shop for a new suit.
355. Slept, did sleep. Slept, did sleep. Slept, did sleep.
356. We slept the night through. We slept the night through. We slept the night through.
357. Slid, did slide. Slid, did slide. Slid, did slide.
358. Ought, should. Ought, should. Ought, should.
359. We will shake the tree. We will shake the tree. We will shake the tree.
360. Will you shake hands with me? Will you shake hands with me? Will you shake hands with me?
361. The cakes are shaped like hearts and stars. The cakes are shaped like hearts and stars. The cakes are shaped like hearts and stars.
362. A sharp knife cuts well. A sharp knife cuts well. A sharp knife cuts well.
363. I will run a race with you. I will run a race with you. I will run a race with you.
364. Quit, stop. Quit, stop. Quit, stop.
365. Felt, did feel. Felt, did feel. Felt, did feel.
366. A prince is the son of a king. A prince is the son of a king. A prince is the son of a king.
367. Met, did meet. Met, did meet. Met, did meet.
368. We grind corn in the mill. We grind corn in the mill. We grind corn in the mill.
369. I am glad to meet you. I am glad to meet you. I am glad to meet you.
370. We lay on the glass for a while. We lay on the glass for a while. We lay on the glass for a while.
371. The big hen laid a big egg. The big hen laid a big egg. The big hen laid a big egg.
372. Lay, to put. Did lie. Lay, to put. Did lie. Lay, to put. Did lie.
373. Hung, did hang. Hung, did hang. Hung, did hang.
374. I am fond of sweets. I am fond of sweets. I am fond of sweets.
375. Hid, did hide. Hid, did hide. Hid, did hide.
376. The dog is free to run. The dog is free to run. The dog is free to run.
377. Let me feel the dog. Let me feel the dog. Let me feel the dog.
378. Flew, did fly. Flew, did fly. Flew, did fly.
379. The fence around our yard is high. The fence around our yard is high. The fence around our yard is high.
380. My new shoes do not fit me. My new shoes do not fit me. My new shoes do not fit me.
381. Did you eat the whole tart? Did you eat the whole tart? Did you eat the whole tart?
382. Tell me why you are so cross. Tell me why you are so cross. Tell me why you are so cross.
383. The horse has a long tail. The horse has a long tail. The horse has a long tail.
384. If you are rough I will not play with you. If you are rough I will not play with you. If you are rough I will not play with you.
385. Do you think the dog will bite? Do you think the dog will bite? Do you think the dog will bite?
386. She cannot have a new arm. She cannot have a new arm. She cannot have a new arm.
387. I cannot see. I cannot see. I cannot see.
388. Field mice, wild mice that live in fields. Field mice, wild mice that live in fields. Field mice, wild mice that live in fields.
389. I cannot say. I cannot say. I cannot say.
390. A hen can fly, but she cannot fly far. A hen can fly, but she cannot fly far. A hen can fly, but she cannot fly far.
391. She started up in surprise. She started up in surprise. She started up in surprise.
392. The ice melts. The ice melts. The ice melts.
393. Beans are planted late. Beans are planted late. Beans are planted late.
394. Where are the police? Where are the police? Where are the police?
395. There is sure to be fruit. There is sure to be fruit. There is sure to be fruit.
396. He would go to new places. He would go to new places. He would go to new places.
397. The air is clear. The air is clear. The air is clear.
398. Many things are for sale here. Many things are for sale here. Many things are for sale here.
399. They spell around the class. They spell around the class. They spell around the class.
401. The vase had a wide base. The vase had a wide base. The vase had a wide base.
402. Fierce, wild. Fierce, wild. Fierce, wild.
403. The wind was fierce. The wind was fierce. The wind was fierce.
404. A cheer rang out when the flag went by. A cheer rang out when the flag went by. A cheer rang out when the flag went by.
405. Cries, weeps. Cries, weeps. Cries, weeps.
406. At what store do you trade? At what store do you trade? At what store do you trade?
407. She held the door wide open. She held the door wide open. She held the door wide open.
408. I think the world of my parents. I think the world of my parents. I think the world of my parents.
409. John took the part of a wise man. John took the part of a wise man. John took the part of a wise man.
410. The bird needs its wings to fly. The bird needs its wings to fly. The bird needs its wings to fly.
411. He asked the man whose dog it was. He asked the man whose dog it was. He asked the man whose dog it was.
412. We try to help people who are in trouble. We try to help people who are in trouble. We try to help people who are in trouble.
413. Wheat, a grain. Wheat, a grain. Wheat, a grain.
414. He had trouble with his car. He had trouble with his car. He had trouble with his car.
415. Keen, sharp. Keen, sharp. Keen, sharp.
416. The man began playing the harp. The man began playing the harp. The man began playing the harp.
417. The lights are lit. The lights are lit. The lights are lit.
418. Their minds were keen. Their minds were keen. Their minds were keen.
419. The nap of this rug is very deep. The nap of this rug is very deep. The nap of this rug is very deep.
420. Where there's a will there's a way. Where there's a will there's a way. Where there's a will there's a way.
421. Work well begun is half done. Work well begun is half done. Work well begun is half done.
422. None, not any. Not one. None, not any. Not one. None, not any. Not one.

6.4.3 Write random sentences

A random subset of sentences will be synthesized. Be patient with the synthesis. It will take a few seconds, especially the first time. The loweest possible WPM is 80, so to decrease overall WPM, increase word gap.

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6.5 Summary

• Learn to write words with long a, e, u, and i.