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glare daring area scare despair library beware swear carry compare therefore repair declare narrate dairy prepare comparison clarify bury lariat. Spelling Lesson 31. Spelling Tip The / â r/ sound is often spelled ar , are , air , ear , and ere .

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spelling lesson 31

glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Spelling Lesson 31

Spelling Tip

The /âr/ sound is often spelled ar, are, air, ear, and ere.

Spelling the Vowel Plus r Sound

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

1-10. Write the Core Words in which the /âr/ sound is spelled ar or are.

11-15. Write the Core Words in which the /âr/ is spelled air, ear, or ere.

16-20. Write the Challenge Words. Circle the letters that spell the vowel plus r sound.

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Ready for a Whirlwind

According to the radio, we should ( 1 ) of the coming storm. Soon someone will ( 2 ) an emergency. People here do not get angry and ( 3 ) at the radio when they hear a report like this. It does not ( 4 ) them too much. This ( 5 ) is famous for bad storms. Weather forecasters ( 6 ) we have the worst storms in the country. I cannot ( 7 ) them with other storms because I have never lived anywhere else.

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

I have not been in many bad storms. ( 8 ) I am not as brave or ( 9 ) as some people about discussing them. Some people can ( 10 ) many a story about scary storms. They tell about the ones they thought might tear down their homes or blow away the cows in the ( 11 ).

A tornado can ( 12 ) away a home in seconds. Last year one carried off the roof and most of the books inside the town ( 3 ). But we do not ( 14 ) when we know a storm is coming. We just hope we can ( 15 ) the damage.

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Word Forms

16. scare + s = 20. scary + er =

17. scare + ed = 21. scary + est =

18. scare + ing = 22. scary + ness =

19. scare + y =

Change the words by adding the endings below. For some endings, drop the final e. For others change the y to i before adding the endings.

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Look Them Over

Write the Core Word that fits the description.

1-3.Three one-syllable words that rhyme.

4-5. Two words with double consonants

6-8. Three words that end with long e spelled y

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Change Places

Replace the underlined words in the sentences with the Core Words that have almost the same meaning.

  • We can buy milk at the milk factory.
  • There are good books at the reading place.
  • Will you fix my torn jeans?
  • It is wise to be careful of a strange dog.
slide8

glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Change Places

Replace the underlined words in the sentences with the Core Words that have almost the same meaning.

  • The make-believe creature can frighten people.
  • If a cat is angry, it might stare angrily at you.
  • What is the amount of surface of the room?
  • Do you promise that everything you say is true?
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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Go to the Base

Write the Core Word that have the same base words as the words below.

  • narrator
  • comparative
  • dared
  • declarative
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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

Pick up the Pieces

21-25. A tornado has pulled apart five Core Words and scattered their parts. Put two or more parts together to write the five Core Words.

des

gl

are

pair

a

there

a

fore

y

re

brar

li

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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

  • Write a newspaper article giving readers advice on preparing for a storm. You might tell people where they should stay and the things they might need during the storm.
  • Use at least four Core Words from this lesson.
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glare

daring

area

scare

despair

library

beware

swear

carry

compare

therefore

repair

declare

narrate

dairy

prepare

comparison

clarify

bury

lariat

1-4. Here is a draft of one student’s article. Find four misspelled words and write them correctly.

5-6. Two periods were not put at the ends of sentences. Copy the article and correct all errors.