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Study the word list: The -tial ending

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

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torrential

circumstantial
Some new circumstantial evidence proved the defendant guilty.
confidential
The meeting was confidential.
consequential
The earth tremor was consequential event.
credential
The certificate was a good credential to have.
essential
Sterilisation of brushes between clients is essential. *
impartial

influential
Her speech was very influential.
initial
My initial reaction was amazement.
nuptial

palatial

partial

potential

preferential

providential

quintessential

residential

sequential

spatial

substantial

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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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