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Study the word list: Year 6 Greater Depth spelling, silent letters

Words with silent letters aimed at children who are confident with the Year 5/6 statutory and non-statutory content

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subtle
His jokes are so subtle we can't understand them.
conscience
My conscience is completely clear.
fascinate
I think this new game will fascinate your child.
miscellaneous
I have a special box for miscellaneous bits and bobs. *
resuscitate

scenario

assignment

campaign
Will you support my campaign for better food?
mechanical
A second reason we think of robots as mechanical people with personalities is that historically they have been portrayed this way. *
knowledge
Try not to baffle him with your knowledge.
condemn
The judge had to condemn the man to a life sentence.
psychology

receipt
Pay the bill and ask for a receipt.
mortgage
We'll ask the bank for a bigger mortgage for a new house.
silhouette

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