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Study: Group 2 list 3

Silent g and k before the letter n.

gnat A gnat is a small biting insect.
knock Knock hard to wake me up.
gnash To gnash your teeth is to grind them together.
know I'm sorry, I don't know your name.
gnaw I like to gnaw on a carrot. *
knee He needs ointment on his cut knee.
knit Helen is going to knit a jacket for her sister's baby,.
align To align means to match up alongside.
knuckle I grazed my knuckle whilst playing hockey. *
sign The sign on the door said pull.
knight The knight carried a shield.
design Do you like the design of this web site?
knot The knot was too tight to undo.
gnome Look at the gnome in the garden. *
knickers She wore red knickers. *

This public word list was created by Kilburn Junior School within the folder Year 3 Team Courage

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