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Study the word list: The -cial ending (copy)

In these words the sound /sh l/ is spelled cial.

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The new football ground used artificial grass.
Exercise is beneficial to your health.
Christmas has become a commercial holiday.
They reached a crucial stage in a project.
The drawings captured his facial expressions perfectly.
They consulted a financial expert.
The melting of glacial ice in the Arctic is a major concern. *
A judicial enquiry would take place.
She was required to attend many official engagements.
The changes to university housing were considered prejudicial to student life.
Many people moved from provincial areas to larger cities.
People of many different racial and ethnic backgrounds live in this diverse city.
Sacrificial offerings were placed on the alter.
As it was a special occasion, they were allowed to leave school early.
We had a social gathering to celebrate the event. *
His knowledge on the subject was superficial.

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