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Study the word list: 27th Feb Y for I words & -ture suffix.

This list is useful for those unsure about whether to use i or y in words such as myth, mystery. Also for learning the -ture suffix rather than trying to write ch .

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A myth is a story that may be untrue.
Get fit by working out at the gym.
Ancient Egypt was an early civilisation.
A population pyramid is a diagram showing sex and age of the people of a particular country. *
We watched a murder mystery on TV.
The walker set out on his hundredth adventure.
The plane's departure was delayed due to fog.
A suite is a set e.g. of rooms or furniture.
Miniature circuit breaker. *
The document is not valid without a signature.
Agriculture is vital in providing food for the world.


Detroit is known for the manufacture of cars.
The temperature in the desert was over 40 degrees.
We saw the fire flare up.
He has a flair for dancing.
Are flared trousers in fashion?

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