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Study the word list: Rulebreakers - the al ending

Some words end in al instead of the more common spelling le.

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verbal
We made a verbal agreement.
local
The author came to a book signing at our local library.
rascal
The naughty child was a rascal.
typical
The furniture was in the typical style of the era.
vocal
His singing teacher taught him vocal exercises.
sandal
He lost a sandal at the beach.
legal
The notary examined the legal documents.
opal
She wore a stunning opal necklace.
crystal
Her crystal beads sparkled in the sunshine.
capital
Paris is the capital city of France.
dental
Jenny required dental treatment after the accident.
fatal
It was a fatal accident.
hospital
The ambulance took the boy to hospital.
total
They added up the total cost.
mental
He made a mental note to call his friend back.
metal
The fence was made from metal.
mortal
He was in mortal danger.
natal
She now lived on the opposite side of the world to her natal country.
petal
A rose petal fell to the ground.

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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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