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Study the word list: plurals of f, fe and ff

Words ending in f, fe and ff are not always just add s

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sniff
His cold made him sniff a lot.
cuff
Jim had to iron his shirt collar and cuff.
Reef
There is a rusty old wreck on the reef.
roof
To clean the chimney, he went onto the roof.
calf
One of our cows recently had a calf.
Wolf
The Wolf howls in the night. *
loaf
I love the smell of a freshly baked loaf. *
half
Half of sixteen is eight.
belief
A religion is based on belief.
puff
There was a small puff of smoke from the fire.
knife
The knife is made of stainless steel.
wife
He gave his wife a gold brooch.
shelf
The higher shelf is out of my reach.
cliff
There is a sheer drop at the cliff edge.
leaf
I will take a leaf out of your book. *

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