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Study the word list: Words ending in ble

The /b l/ sound at the end of a word is usually spelled ble.

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bible
Do you read the Bible?
cable
Is this cable long enough to reach the TV?
noble
His bravery was a noble act.
table
Please set the table ready for dinner.
bobble
The baby's woollen hat has a blue bobble.
hobble
My sore ankle made me hobble.
wobble
Jellies wobble a lot. *
nibble
Peter couldn't resist having a nibble of his biscuit. *
scribble
My little sister did a scribble on the paper. *
bubble
There was a bubble of soap floating through the kitchen.
wobble
Jellies wobble a lot. *
double
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trouble
Please take the trouble to get things done well.
scrabble
A hen will scrabble in the dust for corn.
gamble
In some countries it is against the law to gamble.
ramble
We like to ramble through the woods.
scramble
The climbers scrambled up the rocky hillside.
tumble
Suddenly the old lady took a tumble and fell. *
grumble
Grandad will grumble about everything. *
warble
Birds warble when they sing with different notes.

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Learn about these words in Unit 26. Word endings: -le, and exceptions e.g. al, el, ol

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