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O has the most extraordinary day ever, with a hoaf on a toaf, a mole in a hole and a magic golden discovery. This episode introduces the long O sound, the digraphs '-oa-', '-oe-' and '-o-e-' and the words "hoaf", "toaf", "noaf", "loe", "coe", "roe", "gode", "mode", "sode", "stone" and "roge".


Word count: 11.

This is the only episode to feature digraph OA.

Another digraph that makes the long "o" sound is OI, which also makes the "oi" sound as in coin. The digraph is supposed to appear in this episode, but each Long Vowel Song can only hold up to 3 long vowel sounds.

M doesn't speak in this episode.

B, I, J, K, P, Q, U, V, W, X, Y and Z are absent this episode.

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