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Study the word list: Words with doubled letters

These words are examples of the doubling rule: when a word ends in a short vowel and one consonant we must double the consonant when adding a vowel suffix.

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flapping Stop flapping that paper at me.
getting My spelling is getting much better.
runner Will is the fastest runner in the school.
spotted We spotted a kingfisher on the river bank.
biggish I would like a biggish burger but not a huge one.
jogger That jogger covers five miles every day.
funny Bob's wedding speech was very funny.
snobbish I don't like snobbish people.
snappy He has a very snappy way of talking.
setting I took a great picture of the setting sun.
hidden I have hidden my sweets from my brother.
trodden I think you have trodden in something smelly.
dipped I dipped my foot in the freezing water.

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Learn about these words in Unit 9. Suffixes: why we need to double letters, change them, or drop 'e'

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