Spelling – Teaching Spelling – Spelling Word Lists
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SYNTHETIC AND DICTATION EXERCISES.
A’bel, a man’s name. de scend’ent, falling.
a’ble, powerful. cough’er, one who coughs.
al’ley, a narrow passage. coffer, a chest.
al ly’, one who assists. can’died, covered with sugar.
al lu’sion, a reference. can’did, honest; truthful.
il lu’sion, mockery. cent’u ry, 100 years.
de scend’ant, offspring. sen’try, a guard.
The able man’s name was Abel. A narrow alley. France was an ally of
England in the Crimean war. He made an allusion to the illusion that
possessed him. His descendant was descendent from the same line. The
cougher sat on the coffer. The candid youth ate the candied cakes. The
sentry wore a costume of the last century.
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Counter, from the Latin contra, against.
coun’ter pane coun’ter sign coun ter move’
coun’ter feit coun’ter point coun ter weight’
Spelling – Prefixes – Extra
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Affixes – Prefixes
Fore adds its own meaning to the word; as foretaste, to taste before; pre is from the Latin prae, before; ante (Latin), before. Anti (Greek), means against or opposite.
fore’sight fore tell’er fore bod’ing ly
fore’most fore knowl’edge fore de ter’mine
fore know’ fore’cas tle pre med’i tate
pre fix’ pre cau’tion pre oc’cu py
pre judge’ pre ced’ing pre-em’i nent
pre serve’ pre des’tine an te pas’chal
pre sage’ an’te past an te mun’dane
pre text’ an’te date an te nup’tial
fore warn’ an’ti pode an ti cli’max
fore’front an’ti dote an ti feb’rile