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Study the word list: Words ending in ple

The /p´l/ sound at the end of a word is usually spelled ple.

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apple
The apple is ripe so pick it.
maple
The maple leaf is a symbol of Canada.
staple

steeple
The village church has a tall steeple. *
cripple
Debt can cripple a country's economy.
ripple
There was a ripple in the water caused by my feet. *
tipple

topple

ample
He set off for his destination in ample time.
sample

trample

example
Superlative is saying something is the best, worst, most or least, for example. *
temple

pimple

simple
Style is the vocabulary and language used; for example, formal or informal language, simple or complicated vocabulary. *
crumple
Cars are designed to crumple in a collision.
rumple

couple
There was an obvious attraction between the couple.
people
Many people do not have sufficient food.
purple
Mix red and blue to get purple.

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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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