Spelling the endings et, ot, ate or ite

If you hear a schwa sound in the second syllable, choose from ot or et.

If you hear the sound /ĭt/ in the second syllable, choose from it or et.

Test 1.


Work out which letters are missing then type the whole word.



Be qui___, don't wake the baby.
Keep warm with a blank___.
Have a biscu___ with your lunch.
Don't be so stupid, you idi___.
Have you got a tick___ for the show?
Plan the budg___ to save money.
He's the fastest round the circu___.
Orange vegetable: carr___.
Pick up the pins with a magn___.
Shakespeare: a playwright and a po___.
Glen got most votes in the ball___.
Go on a di___ to lose weight.
Enter your cred___ card number.
The mailman brought that pack___.
Eleven players in a crick___ team.


 


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