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ll words

If a word ends in f, s, or l; double the last letter after a short vowel sound.

These examples look at words that end in ll. Say each word as you learn it. Can you hear the short vowel sound?

bell
I attached a new bell to my bicycle.
fell
I grazed my knuckles when I fell off my bike.
sell
Jack had to sell the cow.
smell
Can you smell burning?
tell
The child refused to tell the truth.
well
She looks fit and well.
fill
Fill the bath with hot water.
kill
Cats often kill birds.
still
He's over 90 but his mind is still sharp.
will
I will miss you when you go away.
doll
Jill gave her sister a doll on her birthday.
bull
A male elephant is called a bull.
pull
The sign on the door said pull.
ball
Roll the ball to me.
call
Please wait while I make a call.
fall
I don't want to fall off my bike.
hall
We have a large mirror in our hall.
small
There was a small puff of smoke from the fire.
tall
The giraffe was very tall.
wall
Don't kick that ball over my wall.

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Learn about these words in Unit 2. Spelling the consonant sounds, Part 1

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ff words
ss words
ck words
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Longer words with ss
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Words ending in -ic
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