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10 terms
English spelling
he
she
I
you
el
ella
yo
tu
he
el
she
ella
English Spelling Week 6
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Physically Fit
Patient
Polite
Confidence
Confidence
Physically Fit
Physically Fit
10 terms
Spelling Bee ENGLISH 1
overweight
stunning
thoughtlessly
skyscraper
Weighing too much.
Very beautiful.
1. Not showing care or consideration for others.... 2. Not think…
A tall building of many storeys.
overweight
Weighing too much.
stunning
Very beautiful.
15 terms
English Spelling
awe
catastrophe
collide
consequence
awe
catastrophe
159 terms
English Spelling
liquid
cafeteria
canister
recipe
liquid
cafeteria
108 terms
English spelling
scene
science
conscience
scissors
scene
science
12 terms
English spelling
Argument
Persuasion
Claim
Evidence
based on facts
based on opinion and emotions
main idea... first paragraph
proof
Argument
based on facts
Persuasion
based on opinion and emotions
10 terms
english spelling
blind
cursor
death
nationality
D: unable to see.... S: a blind man.
D: a movable indicator on a computer screen.... S: you can't use…
D:the state of being dead.... S:to lie still in death.
D: The status of belonging to a particular nation.... S:men of S…
blind
D: unable to see.... S: a blind man.
cursor
D: a movable indicator on a computer screen.... S: you can't use…
10 terms
Spelling Bee ENGLISH 3
trainee
wheelchair
stanza
syncope
A person who is being taught how to do a particular job.
A special chair with wheels, used by people who cannot walk b…
A group of lines in a repeated pattern that form a unit in so…
The dropping of a sound or sounds in the middle of a word whe…
trainee
A person who is being taught how to do a particular job.
wheelchair
A special chair with wheels, used by people who cannot walk b…
10 terms
Spelling Bee ENGLISH 2
entertainment
filthy
technician
baggy
Television, films, music, etc. used to entertain people
Very dirty and unpleasant.
A person whose job is keeping a particular type of equipment…
Baggy clothes are big and loose.
entertainment
Television, films, music, etc. used to entertain people
filthy
Very dirty and unpleasant.
26 terms
English Spelling 1
birthday cake
bear
boat
brother
birthday cake
bear
15 terms
English Spelling 2
arrive
polite
describe
chosen
arrive
polite
108 terms
English spelling 3
scene
science
conscience
scissors
scene
science
English Spelling Week 7
Whispered
Warned
Screamed
Croaked
to speak very quietly
to make someone realize a possible danger or problem, especia…
to cry or say something loudly and usually on a high note
When animals such as frogs and crows croak, they make deep ro…
Whispered
to speak very quietly
Warned
to make someone realize a possible danger or problem, especia…
10 terms
English Spelling
friend
separate
embarrass
necessary
.
.
.
.
friend
.
separate
.
10 terms
english spelling
implicate
postpone
tenet
tendency
to show to be also involved
to put off to a later time
any opinion
a natural or prevailing disposition to move, proceed
implicate
to show to be also involved
postpone
to put off to a later time
English- Spelling
acquit
deem
devastate
discredit
acquit
deem
8 terms
Basic English Spelling Test
display
port
emerge
pulley
to show or put something in a place where others can see it.
a place on the water where people load and unload ships.
to come out of or appear
small wheel over which a rope moves to help lift or move obje…
display
to show or put something in a place where others can see it.
port
a place on the water where people load and unload ships.
30 terms
English Spelling Test 8
agenda
ascend
buffet
comprehensive
a bias, personal motive
rise, mount, climb
beat, batter, pummel
thorough
agenda
a bias, personal motive
ascend
rise, mount, climb
20 terms
Spelling/Vocabulary #4/English and Math
debacle
demagogue
derivative
didactic
a sudden and violent collaspe
a leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions
a compound obtained from another compound
instructive, especially excessively
debacle
a sudden and violent collaspe
demagogue
a leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions
10 terms
spelling for english
explanation
fascinate
fictitious
fiery
explanation
fascinate
20 terms
English Spelling
Abbreviate
heaviness
illegally
Embarrass
Abbreviate
heaviness
illegally
Embarrass
Abbreviate
Abbreviate
heaviness
heaviness
10 terms
Spelling Bee ENGLISH 4
oxymoron
eclogue
delicious
struggle
A phrase that combines two words that seem to be the opposite…
A poem in a classical style on a pastoral subject.
Having a very pleasant taste or smell.
1. To try very hard to do something when it is difficult or w…
oxymoron
A phrase that combines two words that seem to be the opposite…
eclogue
A poem in a classical style on a pastoral subject.
10 terms
English - Spelling
accommodation
accompanist
accumulate
accustomed
a place in which to sleep, live or work
a person who plays a musical accompianment
gather together/acquire an increasing number
usual e.g his accustomed route
accommodation
a place in which to sleep, live or work
accompanist
a person who plays a musical accompianment
10 terms
Spelling english
loathe
reprimand
lacklustre
caustic
to hate
to show sharp disapproval
dull
sarcastic, biting
loathe
to hate
reprimand
to show sharp disapproval
20 terms
english spelling
avacodo
stampeade
cafeteria
rodeo
a tropical american tree cultivated for its edible fruit
a sudden headlong of startled animals
a restaurant in which the customers are served at a counter a…
a cattle round up
avacodo
a tropical american tree cultivated for its edible fruit
stampeade
a sudden headlong of startled animals
10 terms
English spelling
Comparison
Simile
Cliché
Tabloid
...
...
...
...
Comparison
...
Simile
...
8 terms
English spellings
would
important
government
restaurant
...
...
would
...
important
...
20 terms
english spelling
inferior
iridescent
juxtaposition
secluded
a rank lower
luminous colours that seem to change at different angles
two pictures which contrast each other when sir by side
excluding
inferior
a rank lower
iridescent
luminous colours that seem to change at different angles
10 terms
Spelling English
School
Apple
Dog
House
A place to learn
A fruit
A animal
Where people live
School
A place to learn
Apple
A fruit
19 terms
English Spelling
Imagery
Metaphor
Simile
Alliteration
...
...
...
...
Imagery
...
Metaphor
...
11 terms
English Spelling
Constructed Reality
PATERNALISTIC ATTITUDE
EXPLOITED
SOAP OPERA
reality that has been made up or not showing the true events.…
the attitude (of a person or a government) that other people…
taken advantage of or used by others for financial gain or en…
drama series on T.V or radio that shows the daily events and…
Constructed Reality
reality that has been made up or not showing the true events.…
PATERNALISTIC ATTITUDE
the attitude (of a person or a government) that other people…
14 terms
english spelling
schedule
loneliness
aggressive
mischievous
sc-hed-u-le
lone-line-ss
a-gg-re-ss-ive
mis-chi-ev-ous
schedule
sc-hed-u-le
loneliness
lone-line-ss
10 terms
English Spellings
Impertinence
Prejudiced
Impudence
Excitable
Lack of respect
Feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or r…
the quality of being impudent
easily excitable
Impertinence
Lack of respect
Prejudiced
Feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or r…
26 terms
Spelling In English
A
E
I
O
A
E
I
O
A
A
E
E
10 terms
English spelling
Gnarled
Indemnity
Inkling
Limpid
Twisted
Compensation
Clue
Lucid
Gnarled
Twisted
Indemnity
Compensation
10 terms
english spelling 3/21
children
geese
women
sheep
children
geese
10 terms
english spelling
receive
acknowledge
beginning
therefore
...
...
...
...
receive
...
acknowledge
...
10 terms
English spelling
Forty
fulfil
Fulfilled
Gauge
四十
履行
履行(过去式)
测量
Forty
四十
fulfil
履行
14 terms
English spelling
Verbs that end with e
End with a vowel o and a consonant p o…
Verbs that end with a vowel and a coso…
Verbs that end in two consonant like s…
Drop the e and add ing / just add d
1vowel 2 consonants / 2 vowels 1 consonant
1 syllable streessed 1 consanant... 2 syllable stressed 2 conson…
Just add the ending started/ started
Verbs that end with e
Drop the e and add ing / just add d
End with a vowel o and a consonant p o…
1vowel 2 consonants / 2 vowels 1 consonant
20 terms
english spelling
Acceptable
accidentally
accommodate
acquire
adj. To be worthy of being accepted or capable
adjective... Happening by chance or accident; not planned; unexp…
verb (used with object), accommodated, accommodating.... to do a…
verb (used with object), acquired, acquiring.... to come into po…
Acceptable
adj. To be worthy of being accepted or capable
accidentally
adjective... Happening by chance or accident; not planned; unexp…
10 terms
English Spelling
Sagacity
Gamester
Comparatively
Revere
...
...
...
...
Sagacity
...
Gamester
...
10 terms
Spelling Week 23 English
lone
break
waist
passed
one
to separate into pieces
hips or middle part of the body
to make a good grade
lone
one
break
to separate into pieces
14 terms
English - Spelling
teacher
pupil
bicycle
roundabout
teacher
pupil
bicycle
roundabout
teacher
teacher
pupil
pupil
27 terms
English: Spelling
your
you're
discipline
certain
your
You are
...
...
your
your
you're
You are
217 terms
ENGLISH spelling
#1
boisterous
bouncy
corduroy
...
BOISTEROUS
BOUNCY
CORDUROY
#1
...
boisterous
BOISTEROUS
25 terms
English Spelling
Adversity
Formidable
Ravage
Profusion
Hardship
All inspiring
To destroy violently
A large supply
Adversity
Hardship
Formidable
All inspiring
9 terms
English SPELLING
Contemptuous
Impudence
Fastidious
Desuetude
Feeling or showing deep hatred; disapproval
Being rude
Very careful about how you do something ; hard to please
Discontinuance from use or excercise disuse
Contemptuous
Feeling or showing deep hatred; disapproval
Impudence
Being rude
20 terms
English spelling
scheduled
chauffeur
beckoned
parisian
A series of things to be done at a paticular time
A person that is payed to drive a car or limousine
to signal by the use of the hands or head
a native of paris france
scheduled
A series of things to be done at a paticular time
chauffeur
A person that is payed to drive a car or limousine
25 terms
ENGLISH SPELLING
chief
thief
belief
retrieve
reg
reg
reg
reg
chief
reg
thief
reg
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