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Phonic Sounds - ear, air, igh, ure

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What is a Vowel Trigraph?
A Vowel Trigraph is a group of three vowels that makes one sound. Some examples are ear, air, igh, ure

ear - Vowel Trigraphs - Phonics - fear, rear, hear
air - Phonics - hair, pair, despair

igh - Phonics - right, fight, light
igh words - Phonics - light, nightmare, frightening

ure - Phonics - cure, pure, sure

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