The vowel Sound of aa as in air

Equivalents

a as in care

e as in there

ca as in bear

e1 as in their

Phonetic Symbol: É›

pair, tair, kair, hair, dair, gair airth,

airz, airl, airm, airn, airng

airy

pair

fairy

heir

pear

there

airing

bare

tare

heirloom

mare

dare

airman

where

daring

airship

wear

ne'er

  1. Where are their chairs?
  2. The daring heir seldom saw the fair Clare.
  3. Forbear tearing their rare laces.
  4. The chair is upstairs in the spare room.
  5. Be careful not to wear garish jewelry.
  6. Hair, fair, pair, and lair end like stair.
  7. He declared that he was scared at the turn of affairs.
  8. The girl aired the room and dusted the chairs care­fully.

lair

blare

prepare

rare

flare

compare

share

. glare

repair

chair

spare

aware

care

stair

beware

garish

stare

forbear

hair

scare

affair

hare

square

whene'er

  1. He will share his pears with you.
  2. The hare did not care to meet the bear.
  3. He stared and glared at the square on the stair.
  4. Fair will repair the old chair carefully.
  5. They stared at the child's bare feet and fair hair.
  6. The fresh air and rare scenes drove their despair away.
  7. Come to the fair prepared to share your fare with the fair pair.
  8. The soldiers received care after the wear and tear of battle.
  9. Hattie Hare looked scared as she stared at the sign, '' Beware of the dog ''
  10. Erelong there was a blare of trumpets and a flare of torches where their hero stood.
  11. ''I shot an arrow into the air It fell to earth I knew not where.
  12. 'There gently lay the roots, and there Sift the dark mold with kindly care."