Spelling the word endings le, al, el

Guess the word and spell the missing part. Type the whole word.

Remember: If there is a short vowel in a stressed syllable, you will need two consonants before the le ending.


Work out which letters are missing then type the whole word.



Take a bot___ of water on your walk.
A tem___ is a kind of church.
I'm in the mid___ of a phone call.
Put the food on the ta___.
You could see the spar___ in her eyes.
Each soldier carried a ri___.
Laugh in a silly way: gig___.
The referee blew his whi___.
Have you read this newspaper arti___?
I just can't solve this puz___.
This is a gen___ dog who never bites.
It is against the law to smug___ tobacco.


 


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