Spelling: vowel and consonant patterns

Is it one consonant or two?
Choose the correct word.

Note: there are no rule-breakers here. All the words follow these patterns:
1. One consonant after a long vowel
2. Two consonants after a short vowel


Choose the correct word


Type the word in here

Draw me a map on this paper/papper.
He needs a lader/ladder to get on the roof.
Does your dog sleep in a kenel/kennel?
Is it legal/leggal to buy beer at age 18?
Don't drop liter/litter in the street.
Is that your final/finnal answer?
The star of the film was a robot/robbot.
Please folow/follow me to the desk.
This food is not fit for humans/hummans.
Throw it in the rubish/rubbish bin.


 

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Unit 8: Syllables: vowel and consonant patterns

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