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Study the word list: ll words

Double the letter l after a short vowel

bell Ring the bell and I'll let you in.
fell My dog fell off the cliff.
sell Don wants to sell his old car.
smell Can you smell burning?
tell I've told you once and I'll tell you again.
well She looks fit and well.
fill Fill the bath with hot water.
kill Cats often kill birds.
still He's over 90 but his mind is still sharp.
will I will miss you when you go away.
doll Jill gave her sister a doll on her birthday.
bull A male elephant is called a bull.
pull The sign on the door said pull.
ball Roll the ball to me.
call Please wait while I make a call.
fall I don't want to fall off my bike.
hall We have a large mirror in our hall.
small There was a small puff of smoke from the fire.
tall Tim is 190 cms tall.
wall Don't kick that ball over my wall.

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