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Study the word list: Words ending in -ce

The /s/ sound on the end of a word is sometimes spelled ce. Here are some examples.

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lace
Fasten your shoe lace before you trip over.
pace
The race leader set a fast pace.
race
They rowed in the boat race.
grace
The dancer moved with great grace.
space
Is there enough space in the car for me?
nice
Leeks are nice in a stew. *
rice
Chinese food is often served with boiled rice.
slice
Would you like a slice of cake? *
spice
Use some ginger to spice up the curry.
price
Scan the bar code to find the price.
twice
I've been there twice. *
voice
I've a sore throat and I've lost my voice.
choice
There's a choice of four desserts.
juice
Fruit juice is good for your health.
advice
The teacher gave me good advice.
device
A telephone is a very useful device.
entice
Can I entice you to have a slice of cream cake?
sacrifice
I will sacrifice my free time to do your work.

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Learn about these words in Unit 20. Soft c: ce, ci, cy

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