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Study the word list: Words ending in dle

The /d l/ sound at the end of a word is usually spelled dle.

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cradle
Each baby was placed in a cradle.
ladle
Ladle the soup into a bowl.
doodle
The artist was bored so she drew a quick doodle.
noodle
I use a noodle to help me float in the swimming pool.
poodle
Her first dog was a poodle.
needle
It's like finding a needle in a haystack.
paddle
It was a beautiful day to paddle in the sea.
fiddle
A violin is sometimes called a fiddle.
middle
Central Park is in the middle of New York City.
riddle
Can you solve the riddle?
cuddle
The baby would like a cuddle.
muddle
The recipe was complicated and the chef got into a muddle.
puddle
I jumped in the puddle.
candle
Be careful not to burn yourself on the candle.
handle
Grip the handle with both hands.
dwindle
The resort's population will dwindle in winter.
swindle
The businessman was planning to swindle the investors.
bundle
I gathered a bundle of sticks for the fire.
hurdle
She overcame each hurdle.
dawdle
Lisa started to dawdle back home from school.

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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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