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Study the word list: Short vowel double consonant

Words from recent KS2 tests where knowledge of the short vowel sound, double consonant rule would help.

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Mary wore a stunning suede outfit to her daughter's recital. *
The army surrounded the rebels.
Traditionally the player with white pieces begins the game. *
A satchel is useful for carrying books at school. *
Hormones help the body to work correctly.
It took several attempts to get the car started. *
A gasket is typically a rubber ring which fills the gap between two surfaces in a machine.
Put the cork back in the bottle.
I challenge you to a game of chess.
The traffic warden gave me a ticket for illegal parking.
Manchester United are associated with the colour red. *
A clever person is said to be intelligent.
The way he handled the situation was very impressive. *
He found running ten miles to be physically draining. *
Umbrellas are used when it is raining. *
Saying sorry was a matter of decency.
The cost of having your car shipped abroad can be prohibitive. *

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