Spelling list: Double consonants/short vowel

Learn words which have a short vowel and a double consonant.

Attic I have many photographs and old possessions in my attic.
address What is your new home address?
beginning My hair is beginning to go grey.
collect Some people like to collect things, for example, football stickers. *
happen The future is things that are yet to happen. *
brilliant I have a brilliant driving instructor.
bitter Lemons have a bitter taste. *
difficult The conversion from Dollars to Yen was difficult to make.
aggressive She had been aggressive in the argument.
necessary I will be happier with this project when I have finished all necessary modifications. *
successfully The challenge was completed successfully. *
annoyed You will be annoyed if the pancake gets scorched. *
apparatus Do you have the correct apparatus for this experiment?
brilliant I have a brilliant driving instructor.
collection A record is a collection of related information. *
traffic The police started to divert the traffic.
channel The rain water was passed through an underground channel.

This public word list was created by Edinburgh City Libraries

* This sentence was added by a Spellzone user.

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