Study this wordlist Study
Learn using Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check Learn
Spelling Games Games
Listen and Spell test Test
Printable worksheets and activities Print
Handwriting worksheets Write

Study the word list: English (subject)

Words for students starting secondary school to use in English lessons

User created list  
Alliteration involves words that begin with the same sound. *
Why do you always argue with me?
I like a person with a friendly character.
Let's compare scores.
I like the contrast between the white jacket and blue trousers. *
Imagery is when words are used to create a picture in a reader's mind. *
He had a very persuasive argument. *
Time, crime and chime all rhyme.
Simile involves describing something by comparing it with something else. *
Symbolism is an art style which uses mythology and metaphor to convey ideas. *
Onomatopoeia is when the sound of a word is the same as its meaning. *
A verb is a word that names an action ; run, walk, talk, for example. *
A noun is a word that names someone or something. *
The TV censor cut out the bad language.
Literature involves novels, plays, poetry and other forms of creative writing. *
Shakespeare uses Macbeth's soliloquy to show that he is unsure about what to do. *
An adjective is a word which describes something. *
Adverbs give detail to verbs. *

This public word list was created by a Spellzone user: Northfleet Technology College.

* This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.

Use the list: English (subject)

'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' spelling exercise Learn this spelling list using the 'Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check' activity.

English spelling games Spelling games using the word list: English (subject)

spelling test Test yourself using the 'Listen and Spell' spelling test.

Worksheets and activities Print worksheets and activities using the word list: English (subject)

Handwriting worksheets Handwriting worksheets using the word list: English (subject)

Sign up to remove this advert

Remove this advert

Search word lists

Try Spellzone for free

Share this list

Sign up to remove this advert

I have just finalised the progress of the year groups and am delighted to see that from December to June 53% of the 98 students using Spellzone have raised their standardised scores to 100 and above.

One of the students has put in a huge amount of effort in completing Spellzone at least 3 times a week since his arrival with us in January. Looking at his scores after the latest GL testing, his standardised score has risen from 99 to 131. This is a truly phenomenal result. I just wanted to share the best result I have ever seen.

Terrie Penrose-Toms, Casterton College