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abutment accept ADDITIONAL WORDS adjective Aeneid Allegheny City analogy with words apostrophe Apply Rule bivouacked caffein Catiline cesura chloroform cilium Compare confuse with words consonant coral cylinder decollete derivatives diphthong dissection double consonant double the final English spelling Eolian errors in spelling erysipelas Faerie Queene familiar words final consonant final syllable following words frequently misspelled gelatin glycerin Hint 14 hyphen idyl Iliad insert kidnaped Latin learn to spell lessons lily LIST OF WORDS Nibelungenlied Note particularly Note the double noun nounced oleomargarin omit ORAL WORK Study ORAL WORK1 original past tense picnickers plane plurals pomace practice preceded prefer the forms prefixes preterit pronounced propellant pumice pupils quizzes repetition retain separate serf show a double soliloquy Spell the following spelled eed spelling exercises Study Rule VII suffix beginning superintendent syllable teacher three syllables verb villain villein vowel wigwagging words ending words spelled write WRITTEN WORK Study WRITTEN WORK1
Page 7 - Words of one syllable, and words of more than one syllable with the accent on the last syllable, ending in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel, double the final consonant before a suffix beginning with a vowel...
Page 18 - Nouns ending in o preceded by a vowel form their plurals by adding s...
Page 18 - Words ending with silent e preceded by i drop the e and change the i to y before a suffix beginning with a vowel.
Page 7 - Woolley's text, generally accepted as the first handbook, provided 13 spelling rules ("Words ending in silent e usually drop the e before a suffix beginning with a vowel," etc.) and a list of 134 words whose misspelling "should be avoided with particular care.
Page 14 - Remember, i before e except after c, or when sounded as "a
Page 19 - The following nouns ending in /, or fe, form the plural by changing their endings into ves : beef, beeves ; calf, calves ; elf, elves ; half, halves ; knife, knives ; leaf, leaves ; life, lives ; loaf, loaves ; self, selves ; sheaf, sheaves ; shelf, shelves ; thief, thieves ; wife, wives ; wolf, wolves.
Page 146 - I sit in the silence and gaze in the fire. 188 7 DAY USE RETURN TO DESK FROM WHICH BORROWED EDUCATION - PSYCHOLOGY LIBRARY This publication is due on the LAST DATE stamped below.
Page 13 - The following words drop the silent e before a suffix beginning with a consonant: duly, truly, wholly, argument, awful, nursling, wisdom, abridgment, acknowledgment, judgment, lodgment.