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Weekly spelling words

Page history last edited by Jayson Yeagley 9 years, 5 months ago

 

 

Weekly Spelling For Week 8 Oct. 10th

1. Tacit

2. Tangible

3. temperament

4. temperature

5. tentative

6. totally

7. trafficking

8. tragedy

9. truly

10. twelfth

11. ugliness

12. unnecessary

13. vaccinate

14. valuable

15. varieties 

 

 

 

 

Weekly Spelling For Oct 17th

1. noticeable

2. opportunity

3. parallel

4. prejudice

5. questionnaire

6. receive

7. repetitious

8. seize

9. shepherd

10. silhouette

11. subpoena

12. subtly

13. supersede

14. superintendent

15. symbolic

 

 

Weekly Spelling For Week 1 of 2nd nine weeks Oct .24th

1. Immediately 

2. Incidentally

3. Independent

4. Inevitably

5. Jealousy

6. Judgment

7. knowledge

8. Liaison

9. livelihood

10. maintenance

11. mayonnaise

12. miniature

13. minuscule

14. misspelled

15. mosquitoes

 

Weekly Spelling For week 2  of 2nd nine weeks Oct. 31st

1. Foreign

2. forfeit

3. frivolous

4. fundamental

5. grammar

6. grandiose

7. heinous

8. hereditary

9. heresy

10. hesitancy

11. hypocrisy

12. icicle

13. ideologies

14. illicit

15. imitation

 

 

 

Weekly Spelling For the Week of Nov. 7th

1. Feasible

2. February

3. Disastrous

4. Discerning

5. Dissipate

6. Dissuade

7. Distinction

8. Economically

9. Embarrass

10. Equivalent

11. Exaggerate

12. Exceed

13. Exorbitant

14. Fictitious

15. Fluorescent 

 

 

 

Weekly Spelling For the Week of Nov. 14th

1.Committed

2. Conscientious

3.consensus

4.conspicuous

5.contagious

6. controversy

7.counterfeit

8. criticize

9. cruelty

10. curiosity

11. deceitful

12. dependent

13. desperate

14. deteriorate

15. detriment

 

 

 

 

Weekly Spelling For Week 11 March st 2010

1. Basically

2. Boisterous

3. Bureau

4.Business

5. Cafeteria

6. Caffeine

7. Calendar

8. Carburetor

9. Catastrophe

10. Categorically

11. Cemetery

12. Chauffer

13. Collateral

14. Commemorate

15. Fascinate

 

 

Weekly Spelling For Week 10 March 1st 2010

1. Aggressive

2. Alienate

3. Align

4. Allegiance

5. Ambiguous

6. Analysis

7. Annihilated

8. Anxiety

9. Apologize

10. Argument

11. Assassinate

12. Assessment

13. Attendance

14. Audience

15. Bankruptcy

 

 

Weekly Spelling for Week 9 Feb. 22nd 2010

1.Achievement

2.Acknowledgment

3. Across

4. Admissible

5. Advantageous

6. absorption

7. abysmal

8. accelerator

9. accidentally

10. accommodate

 

 

 

 

Weekly Spelling for Week 7 Bravo: Feb. 1 2010

  • calendar - This word has an [e] between two [a]s. The last vowel is [a]
  • cemetery - Don't let this one bury you: it ends on -erynary an -ary in it. You already know it starts on [c], of course.
  • changeable - The verb "change" keeps its [e] here to indicate that the [g] is soft, not hard. (That is also why "judgement" is the correct spelling of this word, no matter what anyone says.)
  • collectible - Another -ible word. You just have to remember.
  • column - Silent final [e] is commonplace in English but a silent final [n] is not uncommon, especially after [m].

 

 

 

Weekly Spelling for Week 6 Bravo: Jan. 25th 2010

 

  • amateur - Amateurs need not be mature: this word ends on the French suffix -eur (the equivalent of English -er).
  • apparent - A parent need not be apparent but "apparent" must pay the rent, so remember this word always has the rent.
  • argument - Let's not argue about the loss of this verb's silent [e] before the suffix -ment.
  • atheist - Lord help you remember that this word comprises the prefix a- "not" + the "god" (also in the-ology) + -ist "one who believes."
  • believe - You must believe that [i] usually comes before [e] except after [c] or when it is pronounced like "a" as "neighbor" and "weigh" or "e" as in "their" and "heir." Also take a look at "foreign" below. (The "i-before-e" rule has more exceptions than words it applies to.)

 

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