Building Spelling Skills, Book 6

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Christian Liberty Press, Mar 1, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 43 pages
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Answer key for Building Spelling Skills, grade 6.
 

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User Review  - living the life - Christianbook.com

This product is new to us. My 7th grade son enjoys the challenge of spelling such large words and learning about different prefixes and suffixes. The different exercises reduce any boredom with spelling. Read full review

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User Review  - daisy - Christianbook.com

This answer key is just copies stapled together. With the front "cover" being just a different color of regular paper. I would rather it cost a few dollars more to have it in a real book format, like the student book is. Read full review

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Page 1 - ... follow. 1. When there is only one vowel in a word or syllable, that vowel is usually short as in can, met, hit, not, and cup. 2. When a one-syllable word ends in e, the e is silent and the preceding vowel is long, as in lame, hope, and write. 3. When there are two vowels together in a word or syllable, the first one is usually long and the second one is silent, as in beat, rain, and coat.

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