Your current location:

Unit 32: Spelling the endings -et -ot -ate -ite

Page 2 of 10

Unit 32: Word endings: -et, -ot, -ate, -ite

Unit Startpage 1page 2Course Testpage 4page 5page 6Course Testpage 8Course Testpage 10Unit End

Page 2 of 10

Spelling the word endings et, ot, ate or ite

In many words, et spells the sound /ĭt/; it creates an unstressed syllable which people often spell it rather than et. Study the examples below, using the icons to learn the words:

-cket words
Learn word endings et ot ate ite
cket as in bucket
Other words
Learn word endings et ot ate ite
et as in helmet
bracket
jacket
packet
racket*
cricket
picket
ticket
wicket
docket
locket
pocket
rocket
socket
sprocket
basket
blanket
budget
bullet
cabinet
carpet
comet
cygnet*
fidget
gadget
goblet
interpret
magnet
market
nugget
midget
planet
prophet
racquet*
secret
signet*
tablet
target
trumpet
velvet
wallet
Learn the Words:
Study this word list 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise English spelling games spelling test
Note: words marked * are homophones. Please see page 5.

difficult words, learn not to make mistakes And of course, just to make it trickier, sometimes the unstressed syllable /ĭt/ at the ends of words is spelled it:
Learn word endings et ot ate ite it as in bandit

Some common it words:

benefit biscuit circuit credit
culprit digit edit habit hermit
limit orbit profit spirit

You have not completed the Learn the Words activity for the word list on this page.

When you are confident you know how to spell the words, click the arrow to continue.

next part of the spelling course
Test yourself in the endings ot, et, it.

X
X
Please turn your screen to landscape to play this game.
X

The Spellzone interactive course is intended to be used online and may not be printed.

Sign up to remove this advert

"Spellzone fits in beautifully with our Scope and Sequence of Phonological Awareness and Spelling. It also aligns perfectly with the four areas of spelling knowledge and uses the Brain, Ears, Eyes approach to learning spelling."
Thank you!

Teacher, Australia