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PR-2283 My Spelling Workbook D

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My Spelling Workbook (Book D)
Published by Prim-Ed Publishing 2011 2nd edition 2011 Copyright© Prim-Ed Publishing 2011 ISBN 978-1-84654-192-6 PR–2283

Titles available in this series:

Offices in: UK and Republic of Ireland: Bosheen New Ross County Wexford www.prim-ed.com Australia: PO Box 332 Greenwood Western Australia 6924 www.ricpublications.com.au

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My Spelling Workbook (Book A) My Spelling Workbook (Book B) My Spelling Workbook (Book C) My Spelling Workbook (Book D) My Spelling Workbook (Book E) My Spelling Workbook (Book F) My Spelling Workbook (Book G)

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Copyright Notice

No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying or recording, or by an information retrieval system without written permission from the publisher.

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Introduction

Welcome to My Spelling Workbook and CD. This book and CD have lots of activities to help you learn to spell. You should follow this method when you are learning to spell each word. Look
List Words
visitor doctor error

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sailor spectator water

Learn each word. Then use your hand to hide each word.

Trace

number lower sister better

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Write your first try here. Write your second try here. Tick if you got the word right in your test. Tick if you got the word right in the dictation.

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eleven opened broken

Write

hidden suddenly lesson reason

poison cotton read

Contents
Unit 1 or, er, en, on ................................................. 2–5 Unit 2 f, lf, fe, Irregular Plurals ................................ 6–9 Unit 3 Silent Letters............................................ 10–13 Unit 4 air, are...................................................... 14–17 Unit 5 Short e sound, ea ................................... 18–21 Unit 6 Suffixes: -er, -est, -iest .............................. 22–25 Unit 7 Christmas ................................................ 26–29 Unit 8 ue, ew, oo, ui ........................................... 30–33 Unit 9 ce, ci, cy .................................................. 34–37 Unit 10 Contractions, Hyphenated Words ..... 38–41 Unit 11 le, el ....................................................... 42–45 Unit 12 Prefixes: out-, un-, over-, under- ........... 46–49 Unit 13 Spring/Easter ........................................ 50–53 Unit 14 Suffixes: -less, -ness, -ly .......................... 54–57 Unit 15 pt, lt, ft .................................................... 58–61 Unit 16 Suffixes: -y words .................................. 62–65 Unit 17 ore, oor, oar, our.................................... 66–69 Unit 18 Summer Holidays ................................. 70–73 Difficult Words I Have Found .................................74 My Spelling Dictionary Aa–Zz .......................... 75–78

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List Words visitor doctor error sailor spectator water number lower Practise

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Antonyms 1. Find a list word with an opposite meaning. (a) comes (b) closed (c) higher (d) worse (e) gradually (f) brother
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Unit 1

Crossword

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

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Good, , best. A mistake. Smashed or destroyed. A material or thread. A human being. A caller or guest. every Saturday. I have a tennis To understand something written. Quickly. A person who watches a show or game.

Base Words A base word is a word in its simplest form. A base word has nothing added to it; e.g. do, heat, write, read, pack. 4. Find the base word for the following words. Remember some of these words are irregular. (a) sailor (c) goes (e) hidden (g) opened
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9, 6 or 5. Out of sight or unseen. 3. Colourless liquid. 4. 20 minus 9. , lowest. 6. Low, 9. Visits if you are ill. 10. I go, we go and . he

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11. Opposite of closed. 13. A dangerous substance. 15. A person who sails. 16. She had no to be angry with him. 18. Boy is to brother . as girl is to

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List Words visitor doctor error sailor spectator water number lower sister better eleven opened broken hidden suddenly lesson reason person poison cotton read goes

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Missing Words

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5. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words. (a) My older at spelling than I am. (b) You when you are ill. (c) The watched the tragic made by the racing driver. go to the is

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Secret Words

6. Find the secret words.

(a) Put ‘t’ in front of ‘error’.

(b) Take ‘ch’ off ‘chew’ and put in ‘cr’. (c) Take ‘c’ off ‘clue’ and put in ‘g’. (d) Take ‘tor’ off ‘spectator’ and put in ‘cles’. (e) Take ‘s’ off ‘sister’ and put in ‘bl’.
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Word Search
8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. visitor error spectator number sister eleven broken suddenly reason poison read chew due spoon comic should doctor sailor water lower better opened hidden lesson person cotton goes few clue bathroom picnic work

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9. Which list or revision word(s) …

(b) have the sound ‘oo’?

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(c) is an uneven number? (d) have three letters?

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Unit 2
List Words hoof leaf beef scarf elf golf wolf shelf half calf safe wife life oxen geese dice children women teeth feet large does

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2. Unjumble the list words. (a) faes (b) galer (c) efeb (d) sode (e) cied (f) olgf (g) hlefs
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1. These words are irregular plurals. Write the singular of these words. (a) feet (b) geese (c) teeth (d) children (e) oxen (f) women (g) dice

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Singular Words

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Crossword
3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

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Wild animal related to dogs. Plural of child. Birds with long necks and short legs. A ledge for holding things. Flat, green part of a plant or tree. One of two equal parts. Plural of ox. They have ten toes. Females. on Mars? Is there Small mischievous fairy.

More Than One Rule: Words ending in ‘f’ or ‘fe’ change the ‘f’ to ‘v’ and add ‘es’. Exceptions: Some words ending in ‘f’ cannot make their minds up. Sometimes they change ‘f’ to ‘v’ and add ‘es’; at other times they just add ‘s’. 4. Make these words plural. (a) wife (c) half (e) shelf
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Big. Plural of a small cube with numbers 1 to 6. Flesh of a cow used for food. . I do, we do and he A sport using a club and small ball. Free from danger or risk. It keeps your neck warm. A horse’s foot. Plural of tooth. A young cow. . Man is to husband as woman is to

(b) scarf (d) hoof (f) wolf
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Unit 2
List Words hoof leaf beef scarf elf golf wolf shelf half calf safe wife life oxen geese dice children women teeth feet large does

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Mixed-up Sentences

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irregular plurals

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Revision Words

Antonyms 7. Find a list or revision word with the opposite meaning. (a) back (b) husband (c) hate (d) dangerous (e) death (f) adults
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love oven other Monday onion front luck shock Ireland March
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Word Search
8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. hoof beef elf wolf half safe life geese children feet does oven Monday front shock women Magic Words leaf scarf golf shelf calf wife oxen dice teeth large love other onion luck March Ireland

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Unit 3
List Words knuckle knit knee rhyme yoghurt honour loch build written wreath wrist psalm palm calm often listen thistle whistle condemn autumn pretty animal Practise Practise

Silent Letters
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Silent Letters

1. Write the list words next to the correct headings. (a) Silent ‘t’ (c) Silent ‘l’ (e) Silent ‘h’ (g) Silent ‘w’ (b) Silent ‘k’ (d) Silent ‘n’ (f) Silent ‘u’

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1. 2.

Unit 3
4. 6.

Crossword
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Across
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2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

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Adding Endings

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cat, sat, fat, rat, bat, mat. Putting things together. Part of the finger. The past participle of ‘write’. National flower of Scotland. Hear. A Scottish lake. A hymn. A lion, a dog, a horse or a cow. High respect.

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A high-pitched sound. The season after summer. To disapprove or criticize. A ring made of flowers and leaves. Peaceful, mild, restful. The flat surface of the hand.

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Unit 3
List Words knuckle knit knee rhyme yoghurt honour loch build written wreath wrist psalm palm calm often listen thistle whistle condemn autumn pretty animal

Silent Letters
Missing Letters 4. Complete the list or revision words. (a) whis (b) wh (c) pa (d) p (e) w (h) le le m alm ich (g) loc (i) a ply

(f) condem reath

5. Find a list or revision word with a similar meaning. (a) frequently (c) provide (b) creature (d) correct

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Proofreading 7. Circle the incorrect words and rewrite them correctly in the spaces. (a) I tryed to lisen for the wistle wile playing the game.

(b) He cryed when the baby on his nee bit his nuckle.

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Silent Letters
w h i g o c h n d n h q k e k y e n t a i t i t l n n s i l a s i o j t j f i l l i m a t m t f r a

Unit 3
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Word Search
knuckle rhyme loch wreath palm listen condemn animal supply tried knit yoghurt build wrist calm thistle autumn alive apply high while

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Unit 4
List Words fair stair chair hairy airy dairy pair repair despair pushchair dare scare beware glare fare stare care rare spare mare Belfast Dublin Practise Practise

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Crossword
3. Use list words to solve the crossword.
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Across
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Homophones

Homophones are words that sound the same but have a different spelling and a different meaning; e.g. to, two and too. ‘I go to school’; ‘We have two cars’; ‘Sam was too hot’. 4. Write the correct homophone from the list words to complete the sentences. (a) It is bad manners to (b) When I stepped on the (c) My dad gives me money for my bus (d) We had great fun on the roller coaster at the
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Covered with thread-like strands. A female horse. Mend. A challenge to do something. Capital of the Republic of Ireland. To frighten. Each of a set of fixed steps. A folding chair on wheels for a baby. Light or blonde. The money a passenger pays.

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Extra to what is needed. Not happening very often. A seat. To look after someone. products are made from milk. To stare in an angry way. Look out! Capital city of Northern Ireland. A total loss of hope. Full of fresh air and light. Two.

Unit 4
List Words fair stair chair hairy airy dairy pair repair despair pushchair dare scare beware glare fare stare care rare spare mare Belfast Dublin

air
Synonyms 5. Write list or revision words with similar meanings. (a) uncommon (b) faint (c) challenge (d) fright (e) tumbler (f) concern (h) misery (g) fix

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Rule: To make the plural of words ending with a ‘y’ after a consonant, change the ‘y’ to ‘i’ and add ‘es’. (a) glass

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Word Hunt
7. Which list or revision word(s) … (a) are capital cities? (b) has a sound that suggests the meaning of the word? (c) is a compound word? (d) refer to ‘time’? (e) start with ‘a’?
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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search. fair hairy pushchair beware stare spare Dublin glass dizzy yesterday pair despair stair airy dare glare care mare smell across staff April repair chair dairy scare fare rare Belfast stall buzz stuff

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Verb repair smell dare scare

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Small Words 10. Find the list or revision words that contain these small words. (a) all (b) us (c) war (d) me
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List Words head breakfast deaf steady bread deadly lead tread instead ahead heavy thread threat breath earn breadth earl pearl death earth world clean Practise

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Crossword
3. Use list words to solve the crossword.
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Across
1. 5. 6. 9. 10. 12. 15. 16. 17. 19. 20.

Food baked from flour, water and yeast. Obtain money in return for work. The substance of the land surface. softly so as not to wake the baby! Without hearing. The distance between two sides. A lord. . To sew you need a needle and Able to cause death. Opposite of dirty. Your neck supports this.

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Shape Sorter

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List Words head breakfast deaf steady bread deadly lead tread instead ahead heavy thread threat breath earn breadth earl pearl death earth world clean
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Short ‘e’ sound
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pipes we lifted were very

(e) The man was bitten on the snake.

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Suffixes
Missing Letters

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Word Challenge

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List Words
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Letters into Words 4. Write three list words using the letters on the Christmas stocking. (Letters can be used more than once.)

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List Words
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Christmas
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8. Write list or revision words with similar meanings. (a) cheerful (c) performance (e) cherub (b) sacred (d) ice (f) present

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Unit 8
List Words true value argue cue avenue screw flew brew dew drew igloo bamboo proof shampoo kangaroo fruit juice juicy bruise suit millimetre centilitre Practise

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Crossword
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To make tea by mixing it with hot water. To disagree or quarrel. Drops of water that form on the ground during the night. A liquid for washing hair. Full of juice. The Inuit people build this house using snow. The past tense of ‘fly’. A broad road usually lined by trees. Opposite of false. Evidence or confirmation. One-hundredth of a litre.

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The past tense of draw. The strong, hollow stems of a tropical plant. A bolt, pin or fastener for holding things together. A purple mark on the skin. One-thousandth of a metre. The liquid that is in fruit or vegetables.

10. A large jumping marsupial from Australia. 12. A signal to an actor to start. 13. A banana, an orange, an apple or a pear. 14. The amount of money that something is worth. 16. A jacket and trousers of the same material.

Prefixes A prefix is a letter or group of letters that is added to the beginning of a word to make a new word; e.g. ‘milli’, meaning one-thousandth and ‘centi’, meaning one-hundredth. (a) centi (b) milli 4. Add ‘milli’ and ‘centi’ to these words to make new words. litre metre pede
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10. Write list or revision words with opposite meanings. (a) false (b) loud (c) agree (d) dry (e) solid (f) answer
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List Words parcel since certain century centipede prince acid calcium cigar circuit pencil stencil cinema circle circumference cylinder cycle cyclone cymbal agency found study Practise Practise

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1. 2.

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Unit 9
List Words parcel since certain century centipede prince acid calcium cigar circuit pencil stencil cinema circle circumference cylinder cycle cyclone cymbal agency found study

ce
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Contractions
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Hyphenated Words

6. Complete the sentences using the list or revision words. (a) . (c) I . (d) I think it would be in a rocket. to go into got a passport to go to go to the cafe for an on the traffic . (b) The police gave us

Proofreading

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Revision Words

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List Words outdoor outline outbreak outfit outcry undo untie uneven unable unaware overboard overcast overhead overall overbook underage underground understand undercover underneath Edinburgh London

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Baby chicken. Come out of egg. Colours of the … Sharp end of something. Small flower.
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Spring/Easter

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focus better crash zoom cuddle

your Easter holiday. habetical order.

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List Words helpless harmless careless hopeless needless breathless sadness awareness sickness happiness weakness braveness cleanliness business quietly lonely wisely lovely brightly quickly kind engage Practise

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Done badly without enough attention. Knowing about. The lack of physical strength and energy. Good hygiene. Weak or powerless. Unnecessary. The state of being ill. My dad runs a selling cars. Opposite of ‘slowly’.

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List Words helpless harmless careless hopeless needless breathless sadness awareness sickness happiness weakness braveness cleanliness business quietly lonely wisely lovely brightly quickly kind engage

Suffixes

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Word Hunt
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(a) Theres a bisenes near me in Scotlind that makes kilts. (b) Theyve completed their work queitly and qickly. (c) Shes a loneley but armless lady who lives in the big house.

Letters Into Words

Revision Words

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Moved slowly and carefully. at any time. An active volcano can Fast, rapid or quick. The space immediately under the roof of a house. Pick up or raise.

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List Words crept swept wept kept except adopt erupt fault built consult bolt revolt difficult adult left loft swift shift craft lift Rome Paris

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Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meaning. 5. Write a sentence for each homophone. (a) board: (b) bored: (c) Rome: (d) roam: (e) sore:

Proofreading

6. Rewrite these sentences correctly.

(a) Last yeer, Dad build us a fantastic den in the lotf.

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(b) The cat with the sharp klaw creeped up on the grey mouse.

(c) I would like to drew a sign on that large bored.

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To make the past tense of many words, ‘ed’ is added; e.g. look — looked. Sometimes, the word itself is changed; e.g. feel — felt.

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List Words happily merrily busily angrily easily cheerily craftily worried married dirtied copied supplied dried applied studies carries parties empties buries bullies litre busy Practise

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1. Fill in the missing vowels to complete the list words. (a) l (d) b (g) (j) w tr r ngr rr ly d s (b) (e) d (h) b (k) s ppl rt ll ppl d d s d (c) ch (f) b (i) (l) m cr sy rr ft ly ly r ly

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Joyfully. Free from moisture or liquid. Cheerfully.

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My brother every night to pass his exams. Covered or marked with an unclean substance. The girls skipped along the road. his bone in My dog the garden. Provided with something. Moves, takes, shifts or transports. The cooks prepared all the meals.

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List Words happily merrily busily angrily easily cheerily craftily worried married dirtied copied supplied dried applied studies carries parties empties buries bullies litre busy

Suffixes -y words
Adverbs An adverb is a word that gives information about a verb. Many adverbs end with the letters ‘ly’.

5. Choose four of the adverbs from the list and put them in sentences. • • • • Proofreading

(a) He aplied himself to his studes and won an ward. (b) The teacher angrly gave a waning to the billies.

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8. Write list or revision words with the opposite meanings. (a) unconcerned (c) pure (e) divorced (g) sadly (b) fills (d) idle (f) punishment (h) soaked

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(a) fried (b) bush (c) studied (d) worries (e) aware (f) garden

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11. Change one letter in each word to make a list or revision word.

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19.

13. 14. 15. 17. 19. 20.

To keep things for future use. Next one after third. A European country with many mountains. Used for rowing a boat. A European country shaped like a boot. To let flow. To investigate or look into. Opposite of ‘ceiling’. You can play tennis on this.

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10. The sound made by a lion. 11. I am not going to eat sweets. 12. You can open and close it or knock on it. 16. A pupil who lives in school during term time. 18. Opposite of ‘rich’.

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List Words explore score ignore adore shore chore anymore store door moor floor poor uproar roar boar boarder oar fourth court pour Italy Switzerland

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Homonyms

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5. Circle the correct word and write it on the line. (a) I (know, no) (b) I had to say (no, know) the party. (c) My sister will (right, write) her party today. (d) If you turn (write, right) street you will see the park. (e) The wild (boar, bore) looking for food. how to send an email. to the invitation to the invitations to at the end of the wandered about

(f) They had to (boar, bore) in the ground to reach the oil. Proofreading (a) romootwr (c) abrored (e) peexorl (g) mcbo

6. Unjumble the list and revision words. (b) mayoren (d) shogt (f) Sinterlazdw (h) naglnEd

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8. Add a list or revision word to these words to make compound words. (a) ship (c) sea (e) (g) honey yard (b) (d) (f) (h) bread
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List Words barbecue steak sausages charcoal lighter tennis racket prawns salad lakes park caravan jeans jumper shorts sandals castle postcards circus umbrella Moscow Berlin Practise

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1. Write the list word that contains these words. (a) as (b) car (c) or (d) and (e) age (f) raw

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Crossword
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3. Use list words to complete the crossword.
Made from denim. Uses fresh vegetables. Played with a racket. You tow this on a holiday. Cooked on a barbecue. Largest city in Russia. Seafood. Loud noise or uproar. Worn to keep warm. King and queen live in this. Used to keep dry.

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List Words barbecue steak sausages charcoal lighter tennis racket prawns salad lakes park caravan jeans jumper shorts sandals castle postcards circus umbrella Moscow Berlin

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Picture Story 5. Rewrite the story. Replace the pictures with a list or revision word.

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Secret Code 8. Use the secret code to find out the message.
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