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Study the word list: Words ending in ory

In these words the weak vowel sound before y is spelled with the letters or, making the ending ory.

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The gold necklace was her finest accessory.
He has an advisory position in a large company.
We should eat some food from each category each day.
Attendance at the meeting was compulsory.
He looked in the telephone directory for the number.
Please see the explanatory diagram next to the text.
We formed a history society to study our town's past.
The discussion followed an introductory talk. *
Many elephants have been killed by illegal ivory traders.
Laboratory experiments can prove cause and effect. *
Mandatory means compulsory.
My memory for spelling is getting better.
The observatory monitors activity from the volcano.
Oratory is the art of speaking well in public.
Predatory animals prey on other creatures.
My maths grades were satisfactory.
The army's advance gained only 500m of territory.
Gemma rode her horse to victory in the gymkhana.

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Learn about these words in Unit 25. Word endings: -er, -ar, -or, -our, re, a and -ery, -ary

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