Spelling list: Using ch to spell the /k/ sound

In these words of Greek origin, the letters ch are used to spell the sound /k/.

ache Unripe fruit can give you stomach ache.
anchor The ship dropped anchor in the bay.
chaos The car crash caused chaos on the busy road.
chemist In the UK a drugstore is called a chemist.
chorus I've been chosen to sing in the chorus.
echo Shout across the valley to hear the echo.
monarch Monarch is another word for king or queen.
orchid Orchids grow in tropical lands.
scheme He thought he had a clever scheme to win the lottery.
stomach Unripe fruit can give you stomach ache.
architect The new store will be designed by a top architect.
character I like a person with a friendly character.
chemistry The student passed all his chemistry exams.
cholera Cholera is a terrible disease.
orchestra The orchestra played softly in the background.
mechanic A good mechanic can fix any make of car.
technical A technical fault set off the fire alarm.
technology Computer technology is changing the world.
school School starts at the same time each day. *

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