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Study the word list: Practise for adding the suffixes -ing, -ed, -ful, -ly, -est, -er,-ment, -ness, -en - part 3

Practice examples, Letters and Sounds, Phase Six. Some of the base words need to be changed before the suffixes are added but some do not. Remember: a final consonant in the base word may or may not need to be double.

bad Too much sugar is bad for your teeth.
flap The bird's wings began to flap.
send Please send me your address.
slim Sue is a very slim girl.
fan An extractor fan will clear the air.
sad Your sad story had us all in tears.
put You should put a coat on before you go out.
flat Lay the paper flat on the table before painting it.
bat You can watch the bat flying at dusk.
dark He wore a dark cloak.
badly He was badlly injured during the crash.
flapped The swan flapped its wings to keep people away from the nest.
sending I'm sending this back for a refund.
slimmest Mary was the slimmest girl in the college.
fanned The flames were fanned by the wind.
sadness He had to convey his sadness.
putting She was seen putting her child in the car.
flatten Flatten the boxes before putting them into the bin.
batting George was batting second in the game of cricket.
darkest The old cellar was the darkest area of the house.

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'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise for Practise for adding the suffixes -ing, -ed, -ful, -ly, -est, -er,-ment Learn this spelling list using the 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' activity.

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bad
flap
send
slim
fan
sad
put
flat
bat
dark
badly
flapped
sending
slimmest
fanned
sadness
putting
flatten
batting
darkest

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