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Study the word list: Words ending in ator

After the letters at many words use or to spell the weak vowel ending.

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accelerator Drive a car using the accelerator.
alligator He saw an alligator in the wild.
applicator Use the glue applicator to avoid mess.
calculator Did you use a calculator for that equation?
commentator The football commentator yelled in excitement.
creator Walt Disney was the creator of Micky Mouse.
dictator With more power he would become a dictator.
decorator We got a decorator to paint the kitchen.
demonstrator The demonstrator was arrested then released.
educator Teachers, tutors and lecturers are educators.
elevator In case of fire, don't use the elevator.
indicator The indicator on that car is broken.
operator The machine operator is an expert at his work.
radiator The clothes are drying on the radiator.
refrigerator Don't leave the refrigerator door open.
senator There are 100 senators in the US Senate.
spectator The spectators must not go on the pitch.
ventilator He needs a ventilator to help him breathe.

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Learn about these words in Unit 25. Word endings: -er, -ar, -or, -our, re, a and -ery, -ary


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