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Study the word list: Words ending in gle

The /g l/ sound at the end of a word is usually spelled gle.

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bugle
He played a bugle in the brass band.
angle
His body was bent at an awkward angle.
bangle
She wore a gold bangle on her wrist.
jangle
I can hear the chains jangle.
strangle
In the film, the villain tried to strangle the hero.
haggle
He wondered if he could haggle to get a lower price.
giggle
The joke made her giggle.
wiggle
Some people can wiggle their ears up and down.
mingle
Make sure you mingle at the party.
single
I don't believe a single word you said.
tingle
My fingers tingle with cold.
juggle
This entertainer can juggle with six balls.
smuggle
She was caught trying to smuggle a calculator into the test.
struggle
The class will struggle to understand this poem.
jungle
The explorer was deep in the jungle.
burgle
Why did they choose to burgle you?
gurgle
The baby's gurgle delighted her dad.
squiggle
She signed her name with a squiggle.
wriggle
The cave explorers had to wriggle through the tunnel.

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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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