Spelling – Teaching Spelling – Spelling Word Lists
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Spelling – Teaching Spelling – Spelling Words Lists
If the suffix or verb ending begins with a vowel, drop the final e.
Examples: amuse + ing = amusing
Create + ity = creativity
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Homophones – Words that sound alike and are spelled differently
Spelling – Teaching Spelling
roll, to turn over and over. soar, to mount upward.
role, a part performed. stake, a pointed stick.
sign, a token; a mark. steak, a slice of flesh.
sine, a line in geometry. step, a pace; a foot-print.
skull, part of the head. steppe, a dreary plain.
scull, to impel a boat. stoop, to bend forward.
sleeve, an arm cover. stoup, a basin; a pitcher.
sleave, untwisted silk. sum, the amount; whole.
slight, to neglect; feeble. some, a part; a portion.
sleight, dexterity. tale, that which is told.
soul, the immortal spirit. tail, terminal appendage.
sole, bottom of the foot. tare, allowance in weight.
sore, a hurt; painful. tear, to rend; to lacerate.
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Words spelled alike, whose Pronunciation and Meaning differ.
mall, a public walk. scald, a poet.
mall, a mallet. sew’er (so’er), one who sews.
slough (sluf), a snake’s skin. sew’er (su’er), a drain.
slough, a miry place. court’e sy, civility.
wear, a dam in a river. courte’sy, a slight bow.
wear, waste. slav’er, a slave ship.
min’ute (min’it), sixty seconds. slav’er, spittle.
mi nute’, very small. i’ron y (i’urn y), of iron.
hind’er, in the rear. i’ron y, ridicule.
hin’der, to obstruct. worst’ed, a kind of yarn.
scald, a burn. worst’ed, defeated.
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Semi (Latin), and hemi (Greek), ha1f; super (Latin), over or above; trans
(Latin), beyond or through; and inter (Latin), among or between.
sem’i breve sem’i co lon sem’i qua ver
sem’i tone sem’i cir cle sem i ton’ic
hem’i sphere hem’i cy cle hem i morph’ic
hem’i trope hem i he’dral hem i spher’ic
su per add’ su per fi’cial su per in duce’
su per scribe’ su per’flu ous su per struct’ure
tran scend’ent trans at lan’tic tran’si to ry
trans fig’ure trans fus’i ble trans mis’si ble
in’ter course in ter mit’tent in ter reg’num
in’ter lude in ter ces’sor in ter sec’tion