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Study the word list: The -cial ending

In these words the sound /sh´l/ is spelled cial.

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artificial
The new football ground used artificial grass.
beneficial
Exercise is beneficial to your health.
commercial
Christmas has become a commercial holiday.
crucial
During space missions oxygen is crucial.
facial
His facial expressions are comical.
financial

glacial

judicial

official
Some officials embezzle money and property.
prejudicial

provincial

racial
In the USA in the 1920s racist groups such as the KKK believed in racism and claimed to be superior to other racial groups, including black Americans, hispanics and immigrants from eastern Europe. *
sacrificial

special
A birthday is a special day.
social
She was of a higher social class than her peers.
superficial

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Learn about these words in Unit 30. Words with ci and ti e.g. ancient, special, initial, gracious

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