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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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The apple was crisp and ripe.
I love pancakes with maple syrup.
The photocopier can staple documents together if necessary.
The village church has a tall steeple.
Debt can cripple a country's economy.
A leaf fell into the water, leaving barely a ripple.
My grandmother loves a glass of sherry as her evening tipple.
One push might be enough to topple the hierarchy.
There are ample funds for the project.
The journalist interviewed a sample of those present.
Be careful not to trample on the flowers.
The applicants were asked to bring an example of their work to the interview.
Our family worships in a temple.
He had a tiny pimple on his left cheek.
The homework was simple to begin with, but grew harder as the year progressed.
He was careful not to crumple his certificate.
The children were warned not to rumple the sheets by jumping on the bed.
I asked a couple of friends to help me.
Some people can wiggle their ears up and down.
I wore a purple shirt.

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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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