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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: -ing, -ed, -er, -est and -y #2

In these words, the last consonant letter of the root word is doubled.

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She kept her dog happy by patting its head.
He patted the ground with a shovel.
I walked along humming a happy tune. *
Mary kept dropping the netball today. *
Whilst eating a meal, he dropped a noodle.
The dog was sadder when he was left on his own. *
The runner showed great endurance.
The cake mixture was too runny.

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