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Study the word list: Words ending in lar

After the letter l many words use ar to spell the weak vowel ending.

burglar The burglar was jailed for many years.
calendar Mark off the dates on a calendar.
collar The dog's name was on his collar.
dollar Can you change a $50 dollar bill?
caterpillar On our walk today we saw a green caterpillar.
circular We were diverted on a long circular route.
molar The teeth we use for chewing are called molars.
polar Polar Bears are vanishing from the world. *
scholar A scholar is a well-educated person.
solar A solar eclipse is a spectacular sight.
muscular The body builder had a muscular body. *
particular I like that dress in particular.
popular Kite flying is popular in China.
rectangular A shoe box is rectangular in shape.
regular I'd like a regular coffee please.
spectacular A solar eclipse is a spectacular sight.
triangular The village green is triangular in shape.
similar Our house is a similar design to yours.

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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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