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Circle the word with two vowels together where each vowel has a separate vowel sound. Then underline the letters that stand for the two different vowel sounds. 1 clean, paint, patio

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patio

The i and the o should be underlined.

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Circle the word with two vowels together where each vowel has a separate vowel sound. Then underline the letters that stand for the two different vowel sounds.

clean paint patio
audio faith search

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paint
audio

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Dirty idea nerve

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