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Double E Words

Sep 3, 2022
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Double E words: 

Words that contain “EE” are known as ee words. 

Variation in double E words:

  • EE at the start 
  • EE in the middle 
  • EE at the end  

Double E at the start of the word 

These words contain double e at the beginning of the words. 

Examples: 

  • Eel
Eel

 

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Double E in the middle of the word 

These words contain double E in the middle of the words. 

Examples: 

  • Feel
Feel
  • Weep
Weep
  • Week
Week
  • Queen
Queen
  • Jeep
jeep

Double E at the end of the word: 

These words contain double E at the end of the words. 

Examples: 

  • Tree
Tree
  • See
See
  • Free
Free
  • Three
Three
  • Coffee
Coffee
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