The vowel Sound of e as in eve

Equivalents

ee as in feet

ea as in beam

ei as in receive

i as in police

ie as in field

Phonetic Symbol, i

pe, te, ke, be, de, ge eth, ez, el, em, en, eng

each

peel

field

east

bead

veal

eager

mean

thief

easy

meet

thee

Easter

wheel

teamster

evening

weed

dealer

  1. I believe he has no sweet pea seeds.
  2. In the evening Lena reads to Delia.
  3. The chief will lead his people into the deep ravine.
  4. Did Edith feed the three greedy geese?
  5. The reapers in the wheat field feel the heat.
  6. Hear the pewee call ' Pe-ah-whee, pee-wee.'
  7. Eva is eating sweetmeat on the beach beside the sea.
  8. The sheep were feeding on the steep hill by the cedar

neat

seal

keenly

need

zeal

geese

niece

zebra

queen

leave

sheaf

heal

least

cheap

heed

reach

genius

heap

seem

yield

green

  1. We greeted the team with cheers.
  2. The queen bee feeds on sweet honey.
  3. Jean eats peas, beans, and beets.
  4. Mrs. Reed and E li will meet us at three.
  5. Celia's scat seems to lean toward the east.
  6. Mrs. Lee's niece made cream cheese for tea.
  7. The queen said, '' Weets to the sweet. ' '
  8. Will Leon see the weaver on Beaver Street?
  9. Peter treated Ethan, Theodore, and me to peach ice- cream.
  10. The bleak breeze will freeze the tender green leaves on the trees.
  11. In the evening we will sail down the stream be­tween the green banks.
  12. The police found the queer machine and the in­trigue was revealed.
  13. 'Creeping where no life is seen. A rare old plant is the ivy green.'
  14. "It is not growing like a tree. In bulk doth make man better be.''
  15. " Still cheerily the chickadee, Singeth to me on fence and tree'.