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Study the word list: The l sound after a vowel

When the l sound makes an extra syllable after a vowel, it is spelled al or el.

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denial
She was in denial about losing her job.
dial
She had to dial the correct telephone number.
jovial

material
A composite material is made up of different parts.
trial
During the trial the villain became a confessor.
actual
The actual results were unknown.
factual

gradual
Evolution is a term adopted by Darwin to describe the gradual process of change and development of species. *
manual
Manual cars are fitted with a clutch pedal.
ritual

usual
That's not my usual place! *
virtual

visual
Maths is on our visual timetable. *
loyal
David has been a loyal friend for many years.
royal
The royal family live in that palace.
fuel
This truck's engine runs on diesel fuel.

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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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