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Study the word list: Words ending in -ve

Very few English words end in just v . Most times you have to use -ve .

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live
They live in a very small house.
have
What have I done with my car keys?
love
This letter comes with all my love.
above
We are good friends with the people in the flat above.
glove
She has some new leather gloves.
serve
The waiter was too busy to serve me.
nerve
It takes a lot of nerve to swim with sharks.
active
My little sister is active all day long.
captive
Animals are kept captive in zoos.
massive
That footballer is paid a massive amount of money.
native
Native Americans are no longer called Indians.
attractive
She found him very attractive.
extensive
There was extensive flooding after the rain.
relative
Uncle Bill is my closest relative.
sensitive
A sensitive person can be easily upset.
detective
The detective was able to solve the case.
aggressive
Some wild animals are aggressive.

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Learn about these words in Unit 3. Spelling the consonant sounds, Part 2


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