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Spelling test 1

Literacy Booklets Term 1

equally
The family wanted to divide the money equally.
similarly
His view was held very similarly to his friends. *
likewise
The scheme of work with stay the same, likewise the attainment targets. *
Compared
Dale's stature is diminutive compared to the other basketball players. *
with
I control my computer with a mouse.
comparing
Simile involves describing something by comparing it with something else. *
acceptable
That is not acceptable behaviour. *
accidentally
Fred accidentally fell over. *
accommodate
I am sorry I can't accommodate you in my hotel. *
acquire
I went to the shop to acquire a dictionary. *
a
I control my computer with a mouse.
lot
The teenager grew a lot in just a year.
novel
A novel is a long story which makes a whole book. *
author
Her aim in life was to become a great author.
analyse British English spelling
Can you analyse these results for me?
emphasise British English spelling
An exclamation mark will emphasise your sentence! *
language
The TV censor cut out the bad language.

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