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Study the word list: When to drop the final e

Drop the e when adding a vowel suffix. Keep the e when adding a consonant suffix.

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Take a peek at the sleeping baby.
Shaun is taking a History course.
I hate this foul weather.
He gave me a hateful look.. *
The bully of the class was a brute.
We disliked his brutish manner.
The joke wasn’t funny because it was crude.
My uncle is always joking.
I'll use this glue to fix my model.
The boy ate his ice-cream using a spoon.
Don't waste your money on fizzy drinks.
I blame you for that accident. *
The police said the truck driver was blameless.
My shed will be safe with this padlock on the door.
Cross the road safely when the traffic stops.
Run the flag up the pole.
My new workmate is Polish.

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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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