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Revision of -le Words

le is the most common way of making the l sound at the end of words.

example
Mathew's determination and hard working attitude set a fantastic example to the rest of the class. *
horrible
She was squirming at the horrible sight. *
idle
I was said to be idle because I did no work all day. *
visible
The vein was visible on his forehead.
invisible
The hills were invisible in the thick mist.
jungle
On the jungle trek they took an antidote to snake bites.
miracle
It was a miracle that he was not hurt. *
possible
Is it possible to walk to St George's Church in 10 minutes from school? *
impossible
It's impossible to hear you.
principle
It is my principle to behave honestly.
probable
Probable means likely to be true. *
simple
Style is the vocabulary and language used; for example, formal or informal language, simple or complicated vocabulary. *
single
I don't believe a single word you said.
uncle
Uncle Bill is my closest relative.
buckle
Most belts tie with a buckle.

This public word list was created by a Spellzone user: Stockport Grammar School.

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