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Study: Year 8 Term 2 Week 4 -le, el, -al

Year 8 Term 2 Week 4 -le, el, -al

brittle
Wine glasses can be very brittle.
bible
In the bible story David killed the giant Goliath.
crackle
The fire started to crackle in the stove.
carnival
There were various amusements at the carnival.
tunnel
The cave explorers had to wriggle through the tunnel.
casserole
I did a tasty tuna casserole for lunch today. *
funeral
The mood at the funeral was sombre.
mackerel
The mackerel smashed the lure trolling behind the boat. *
travel
We love foreign travel.
snorkel
Each day the girl would snorkel around the submerged wreck searching for treasure on the ocean floor. *
article
That newspaper article is libellous.
cultural
Signs codes or symbols that can link to a culture and creates cultural meaning within the artwork. *
hassle
We had a lot of hassle trying to park the car. *
abysmal
According to Dr. Tom the conditions at this zoo are simply abysmal. *
citadel
The Australian tourist stared up at the foreboding walls of the ancient citadel. *
mantle
Mantle is one of your spellings. *
heckle
The students decided to heckle the speaker.
goggle
The boy stood goggle eyed, staring at the giant expanse of desert before him. *
barnacle
Luke was like a barnacle who had found his place on the earth and would stay forever fixed to the spot. *
ridicule
Rolly endured hours of ridicule for his somewhat unusual and forthright beliefs. *

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