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My Spelling Workbook (Book A) My Spelling Workbook (Book B) My Spelling Workbook (Book C) My Spelling Workbook (Book D) My Spelling Workbook (Book E) My Spelling Workbook (Book F) My Spelling Workbook (Book G)

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IntrodUction

Welcome to My Spelling Workbook. This book and interactive download have lots of activities to help you learn to spell.

Look

List Words

Practise

winner writer officer discover centre fibre

Trace

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mirror calculator actor tutor cellar popular particular

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humour

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dollar

Write

labour

Check

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Write your first try here.

theatre

Cover

Practise

Learn each word. Then use your hand to hide each word.

partner

Say

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You should follow this method when you are learning to spell each word.

harbour flavour

Write your second try here. Tick if you got the word right in your test. Tick if you got the word right in the dictation.

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diamond definitely

Contents

Unit 11 Silent Letters........................................... 42–45

Unit 2 trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-............................... 6–9

Unit 12 al-, wel-, -til, -ful...................................... 46–49

Unit 3 au, augh, ough........................................ 10–13

Unit 13 Spring/Easter......................................... 50–53

Unit 4 Singular and Plural Nouns...................... 14–17

Unit 14 sh, ti, si, ssi, ci........................................... 54–57

Unit 5 Long Vowels............................................. 18–21

Unit 15 -able, -ible.............................................. 58–61

Unit 6 oo, ew, ou, ue, ui...................................... 22–25

Unit 16 -ious, -ous............................................... 62–65

Unit 7 Christmas................................................. 26–29

Unit 17 -se, -ce, -o.............................................. 66–69

Unit 8 Compound Words.................................. 30–33

Unit 18 Summer.................................................. 70–73

Unit 9 ine, ise, ice, ite, ive................................... 34–37

Difficult Words I Have Found............................ 74–75

Unit 10 ue, ew, iew, eau, eue............................. 38–41

My Spelling Dictionary Aa–Zz........................... 76–78

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Unit 1 er, re, or, ar, our............................................. 2–5

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Unit 1

er‚ re‚ or‚ ar‚ our

List Words

Practise

Practise

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winner writer partner officer discover

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centre fibre theatre mirror calculator actor tutor cellar

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dollar popular particular

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humour labour

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harbour flavour

diamond

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definitely

Missing Letters

1. Fill in the missing letters to complete the list words. (a) offic

(b) flav

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(e) popul

(f) partn

(i) theat

(j) particul

(c) tut

(d)

(g)

ly

(h) fib

mond

Alphabetical Order 2. Write in alphabetical order the list words that would be found between the words ‘cellar’ and ‘mirror’ in the dictionary.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

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3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

2.

Across

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1.

7.

3.

9.

6. 8.

5.

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10.

14.

12.

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3. Hard work. 4. Monetary unit of United Stat es, Canada, Australia and other countries. 8. A precious stone made of pure carbon. 10. Opposite of ‘loser’. 11. A member of a police forc e. 12. Somebody who shares act ivity. 18. A private teacher for one or more children. 19. Specific. 20. Underground room. 21. Part of plant that can be eaten but not digested.

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Base Words and Suffixes

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4. Complete the table below. You will notice that some words change instead of adding ‘ed’.

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Remember: When a base word ends with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is usually dropped when a suffix beginning with a vowel is added. Double the consonant where necessary to keep the proceeding vowel sound short, when adding suffixes beginning with a vowel. List Word

Base Word

Add ‘ed’

Add ‘ing’

(a) winner (b) calculator (c) actor (d) partner (e) writer

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Unit 1 List Words winner writer

er‚ re‚ or‚ ar‚ our Missing Words 5. Complete the sentences using list or revision words.

(a) I would

(b) My sailing

centre

fibre

the

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theatre

(c) My

has told me to use a

mirror

calculator

(d) That

discover

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. will navigate our yacht the rocks to find a more sheltered mooring in

to

out the speed of the bus myself. will need a sense of

play the friendly

dollar popular

in the pantomime.

6. Which list or revision word(s) …

(a) are nouns and verbs?

labour

(b) is an adverb?

diamond

(c) has three letters?

(d) rhymes with ‘allergy’?

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to

Word Hunt

cellar

particular

pantomime at the

a trip to the

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officer

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Syllables

Revision Words

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7. These words have been divided into two syllables. Match and rewrite the correct words below.

giant energy

gi

mir

f  ig

ter

tween

bour

tre

wri

lar

ner

ror

cen

be

har

ure

ant

win

dol

lounge figure arrange hydrogen gym

change

near

between

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Unit 1

er‚ re‚ or‚ ar‚ our

writer discover theatre actor dollar humour flavour giant figure gym between

partner centre mirror tutor popular labour diamond energy arrange change

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winner officer fibre calculator cellar particular harbour definitely lounge hydrogen near

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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

o e d e f i n i t e l y b f g w f a l k t h e a x t r e p r h f n f i u a l m r d s v u j z i d p a l a q a r b b g i e n t r a o l i l c h j o p w r i n o e t b m a x v p i q b e c t e e m g i r i c b o o s g p v r a g r a u c a r c j u p f v m o v f l g i v u h r h u r u e y v u s u c y d v l r o t u t l g j d t x r c u a i a r r d w a a f i r a l l y e c b r e h o r b r s w o t c a q r h k e n u l i z c t f x d z c e t x t l n m l t o u n g q b m n e n w j v i o a e c y p o a e g e l b w u r r l a n e c z e r u g i f c g r a r r v w s a r a n g g l l e h y d r o g e n

Antonyms

Synonyms

10. Write a list or revision word with a similar meaning.

(a) edge

(a) recline

(b) miniature

(b) taste

(c) general

(c) shape

(d) disliked

(d) power

(e) keep

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9. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

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11. Find the secret words.

(a) Change ‘fi’ in ‘fibre’ to ‘cali’.

(b) Change ‘l’ in ‘lounge’ to ‘scr’.

(c) Change ‘our’ in ‘humour’ to ‘an’.

(d) Change ‘ar’ in ‘dollar’ to ‘op’.

(e) Change ‘part’ in ‘partner’ to ‘ow’.

(f) Change ‘ener’ in ‘energy’ to ‘apolo’.

(g) Change ‘cen’ in ‘centre’ to ‘spec’.

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Unit 2

trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-

List Words

Practise

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transport transfer transplant transit transmit

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telescope telephone teletext telepathy telegraph automatic automation autopsy

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autobiography autograph automobile

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1. Use the correct prefix to complete the list words.

(a)

graph

(b)

mit

(c)

scope

(d)

biography

(e)

psy

(f)

dote

(g)

port

(h)

mation

(i)

septic

(j)

it

(k)

phone (l)

biotic

(m)

pathy

clockwise

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2. Add the suffixes ‘tion’, ‘sion’ or ‘ic’ to make new words. Some words and suffixes will have to change. Use a dictionary to help you.

(a) telepathy

(b) transmit

(c) autograph

(d) telescope

(e) transport

(f) transplant

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trans-, tele-, auto-, anti1. 2. 3.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

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4. 6.

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prefixes

18.

11. Tra nsfer bo dy orga 12. Ac n. t of trav e lling acro one pla ss some ce to an thing fro other. 13. A m m otor car. 15. Min d-readin g.

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4. (a) Write the correct prefix next to its meaning.

(b) Write a list word as an example.

(c) Write another word not in the list that uses the prefix. Use a dictionary to help. Prefix

Meaning

(i)

far away

(ii)

self

(iii)

against

(iv)

across

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Another Example

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Unit 2

trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-

List Words Mixed-up Sentences

transport transfer transplant

5. Unjumble the sentences. (a) famous is newspaper. reference to in the our There guest local a

telephone

(b) high and I to fulfil hope soon my that mountain. climb ambition

teletext

telepathy

transmit telescope

telegraph automatic autopsy

6. Use the secret code to find the list or revision word.

autobiography

a

b

c

e

autograph

1

2

3

4

automobile

antibiotic anticlockwise fulfil

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6

7

l

m n

o

p

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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

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(b)

(c)

(d)

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antidote

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antiseptic

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automation

Secret Code

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transit

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7. Find the secret words.

Revision Words guest island climb

(a) Change ‘tele’ to ‘em’ in ‘telepathy’.

(b) Change ‘ais’ to ‘mi’ in ‘aisle’.

(c) Change ‘tele’ to ‘peri’ in ‘telescope’.

(d) Change ‘anti’ to ‘anec’ in ‘antidote’.

(e) Change ‘est’ to ‘ide’ in ‘guest’.

depot

(f) Change ‘auto’ to ‘gy’ in ‘autopsy’.

horse

(g) Change ‘ot’ to ‘art’ in ‘depot’.

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Word Search

trans-, tele-, auto-, anti-

d revision 8. Find the list an search. words in the word

Noun and Verb

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u e s v i t e l e a u t o p a t h b i o g y b h s r a p h v b v z z y y h m w er sf o an a tr r t t or g v e sp h r tran v g a i l i b o m e f x c it o sm an t tr u p t o z a a l w e k t i transi y c i v s n a r t ex let te n r t e a u t q c n f h telephone o g r a o t x s ic at m d to au p s t h o t k w p z a telegraph i u l e e n t i b y ph ra c og bi to i au i o t i c e p o c autopsy s e l e v ic w pt se ti t u s l d t n e l a f q c an automobile s t d i t e k k l k anticlockwise l e p h o e g e j z e i antibiotic n j i a e t c t e guest l q a k t e g s p b t reference d n p u r o r l j r g c y g g o un yo h w b e d l i clim n a l a t e a f l z j a n science t i s e p u f n g s p aisle n c n s c i e n t i c z disc c e w t s i s e horse k h r a n s a u t o pe co les te m a t i f e r m t p u transplant o n g f f i a u n io at m to au c t o m a i n o g g d q telepathy t i c v g s z te do s r ti t an f n t x e t a r c r autograph e t l l e l t t a i l r a n s u t o p island fulfil p l a n s y d e t d c n e r depot white e f e r o x

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(a)

(b)

transport

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10. Write list or revision words that contain these small words.

(a) leg

(b) dot

(c) mob

(d) pot

(e) sit

(f) and

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11. (a) Sort the li st words accordin g to the n umber of syllable s. (b) Write the list words in alphabe tical orde r. (c) List more ‘auto-’ w ords. Use a diction ary to he lp.

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Unit 3

au, augh, ough

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

author authority dinosaur cause caution

m pl e

astronaut haunted launch applaud exhaust laundry caught taught

sa

daughter naughty ought

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nought thought

in

fought sought

preparation

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accidentally

Missing Letters

1. Write the missing letters to complete the list words.

(a) n

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(d) astron

(g)

(j)

t

th

t t

(b) l

ndry

(c) n

ty

(e)

thority

(f) t

t

(h) c

tion

(i) s

t

(k) h

nted

(l) c

se

Incorrect Words 2. Write the words correctly.

(a) ott

(b) dahter

(c) axidently

(d) lawndry

(e) nawty

(f) aplawd

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au, augh, ough

1.

2.

4.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

7.

8.

3.

5.

6.

9.

m pl e

10. 11.

AcrToosest asboat afloat,

12.

15.

16.

1.

18.

19.

21.

f. k hold o lothes. 13. Too ashes c w t a th ness ken an 14. Busi have ta g. . to e rc u so in 16. You in, root, s it is rain 2. Orig brella a m u give to . t digit 0 or righ r e w g o in 3. The p of mak 17. The on. process permissi 5. The . . g in ucated th e som cted, ed osts. ru h st g In y . b 19 uented 6. Freq le. ti p re c istori 7. Preh ovelist. poser, n m o c r, 9. Write

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4. Complete the table. Notice how the spelling of some words changes.

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List Word

(a) launch

(b)

(c)

(d) teach

(e)

(f) applaud

(g)

(h)

Add ‘s’

Add ‘ing’

Add ‘ed’

catches fighting thought sought causes

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List Words author authority dinosaur cause caution

Adjectives 5. Read the adjectives. Write the correct noun and draw a picture of it.

(a) reptile, cold-blooded, extinct

(b) baked, crumbly, sweet

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astronaut haunted launch applaud exhaust laundry caught Shape Sorter

daughter ought nought

6. Write the list or revision word that fits in each shape.

(a)

(c)

thought sought preparation

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accidentally

in

fought

(b)

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naughty

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taught

Revision Words brief

believe

Missing Words

7. Complete the sentences using list or revision words. (a) The

(b) The teacher

cashier

(c) Make sure you

piece

biscuit

(d) Can you

address

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receipt

receive calorie

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(d)

, who was the leading

the prehistoric

ate my

on

, wrote the bestseller. the

child who

a

when you

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put my clothes into the

. as loud as you can when you see the

appear on the

pad?

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Word Search

au, augh, ough

k e v q e l a u n t v h y r d c e i p e r d e h s k b r d v e u k e y i x l e x b e s u a h i t e b t u t c t s y d b i g t c y h y c l k n r s t t a n c u y e t u g s p a s e h h s a y h u l i i e a u p n g t t g s s g r h a d c t v r u u r h t u g h f c e o o a d i g a j n o i z f h u v h a n n d j e r i u h e b o g o a o r t o a f c e j m a u t r t u h o u j x u e e s o h d o a h g t i i t l a u l a t d a u n r h c g o p u a p a r u g o g b u g t k u n t a c p c g h n a u u c g r h o t e r p g v w h z p a r a s o n e t l c n o i i c c a d e n s c u z t y l l a h x h p

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

dinosaur astronaut applaud caught naughty thought preparation believe receive piece niece accidentally

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author authority cause caution haunted launch exhaust laundry taught daughter ought nought fought sought biscuit brief receipt cashier address calorie

Synonyms

(a) idea

(c) tire

(e) propel

(b) short

(d) unintentionally

(f) warning

in

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9. Write list or revision words with a similar meaning.

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Jumbled Words

10. Two list or revision words have been jumbled together. Can you unjumble them? (a) sineoarpiduce

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(b) dhutedadrenass

(c) nricebeefi

(d) cloruioecatain

(e) lunodratuhary

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11. (a) Sort the li st words accordin g to the number o f vowels in each. (b) Make wo rd shape s fo the list or revision w r ords and test your frien d s. (c) Write all the noun s in the list and re vision wo rds.

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Unit 4

Singular and Plural Nouns

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

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scissors pyjamas spectacles binoculars goggles

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pliers species series trousers scales shears tongs salmon

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deer moose trout aircraft

in

innings

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athletics

tweezers carry

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surprised

Categorize

1. (a) Sort the list words under the following headings. Animal

Can Be Worn

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Tool/Implement

(b) Write the list words that did not fit into any category in alphabetical order.

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Singular and Plural Nouns

2. Use list words to solve the crossword. 1.

ss for bending wire. AcrPo incers used

2.

1. flying. apable of Machine c . 2 . ot-put etc Running, sh . 5 ter fish. a , a freshw Commonly lk’. . 7 term for ‘e American h rt o N A . 8 ighing. ent for we An instrum . 9 in cricket. e divisions Each of th . 1 1 ent like ing instrum 13. A cutt rs. large scisso up for picking d se A tool u . 4 1 . d o g fo and holdin glasses. ye e A pair of . 5 1 zed. ished, ama 17. Aston dible e e fish with 19. A larg pink flesh. r or ber of simila g 20. A num in m o c gs related thin ther. o n one after a

3.

1.

6. 7.

m pl e

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

17.

in bed. a jacket worn ‘pants’. ns call them te lens for 3. America with a separa nt e . m ru st in l istant objects 4. Optica for viewing d d e us , e ey h n. eac al classificatio ry of biologic o g te a c rs, e A c in 6. pair of p a e lik , nt e m instru 10. A small out hairs. for plucking

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Small Words

12. Close-fitti ng protective glasses. 13. An instrum ent used for cu tting (often pa 16. Move or per). transport from on e place to an 18. A grazing other. animal, the m ale of which us branched bo ua lly has ny antlers that are shed annu ally.

3. Write the list words that contain these small words. (a) ear

(b) out

(c) or

(d) raft

(e) car

(f) jam

(h) bin

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(g) go

(j) us

Missing Vowels 4. Fill in the missing vowels to complete the list words.

(a) tw

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(d) sh

rs

(g)

(j) s

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ngs

rs

rpr

(b) s (e) m (h)

thl

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(c) t

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(f) sp

cs

(i) pl

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cl

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Singular and Plural Nouns

List Words scissors pyjamas spectacles

Homophones 5. Circle the incorrect homophones and rewrite the sentences. (a) My deer friend wanted to keep a dear in his garden.

(b) My sister wanted to feed her lemon moose to the large mousse at the zoo.

(c) The vein model spent ages looking at the vain on her face.

shears

tongs

goggles pliers species series trousers scales

m pl e

binoculars

deer moose trout

Secret Words

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salmon

6. Find the secret words.

(a) Change ‘t’ at the end of ‘trout’ to ‘ble’.

(b) Change ‘ers’ in ‘pliers’ to ‘able’.

innings

(c) Change ‘sur’ in ‘survey’ to ‘con’.

tweezers

(d) Change ‘s’ in ‘tongs’ to ‘ue’.

carry

(e) Change ‘re’ in ‘relay’ to ‘mis’.

surprised

(f) Change ‘es’ in ‘species’ to ‘al’.

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aircraft

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athletics

Revision Words relay

(g) Change ‘e’ in ‘raise’ to ‘in’.

(h) Change ‘a’ in ‘scales’ to ‘uff’.

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survey

raise

operation

7. Which list or revision word(s) ...

(a) have double consonants?

weight

neighbour

(b) has a silent ‘l’?

vein

(c) end in vowels?

morning

might

(d) is a compound word?

nature

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Singular and Plural Nouns

Word Search

s l j n f r d g o g s r a l u c o n i b n y e i y n g g l e s r e i l s t z e m n s p e c i e s p c i s a y e e o r n i u m h i n g e r o t h g i m s r e r q v q o i i g e p x e g s o o m r k d h i y x l a e s r i a e c a t i v b d l l g y e i r c r a f v a t u o r t w g a l s n r o m n e t t e u p p a e s s g s s x e d e n f h r t l s s s m k c l e r u u a i g o i a l c i a e v h t r r y c n o m z v r r a e z e a e g p s i l e l d g m c n t l e t z a r n b s o a i e l c p u e j r i n i r s n e e f h i c d s u r v e y w s b s g i s w g y r y l a v j t e s p y j a m a s d

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

m pl e

spectacles pliers trousers tongs moose aircraft carry survey nature vein

sa

pyjamas scissors binoculars goggles series species shears scales deer salmon athletics trout tweezers innings surprised relay operation raise neighbour weight might morning My Meanings

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9. Write a definition for each word. Use a dictionary to check your answers. (a) species

(b) nature

(c) operation

(d) binoculars

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10. Write five list or revision words using the letters on the spectacles.

m

r a

i s

g

e h w

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s

11. (a) Find and make a li st of other n ouns tha t are alwa ys plural. (b) Write the nouns in alphabe tical orde r. (c) Write sen tences u sing these ne w words to show the ir meanin gs.

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5

Long Vowels

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

indicate translate hesitate accurate extreme

m pl e

delete scene arrive polite umpire describe decide demote

sa

decode choke froze

g

refuge perfume

in

schedule costume scan

ew

circulate

Alphabetical Order

1. Write the list words starting with letters from ‘a’ to ‘d’ in alphabetical order. (a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

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Antonyms 2. Write a list word with an opposite meaning.

(a) leave

(b) rude

(c) promote

(d) imprecise

(e) melted

(f) mild

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3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

2.

1.

3. 4.

9.

6.

11.

8.

10.

1. A place of safety from danger or trouble. 4. To stop breathing because of blockage of the throa t. 6. Make up one’s mi nd. 8. To pause, delay. 12. To pass or move around. 13. Point out, show. 15. Place where som ething happens. 16. An agreeable sce nt. 18. To look at someth ing closely. 19. Reach a destin ation. 20. To convert a co ded message into intelligible language.

m pl e

5.

7.

5

12.

15. 14.

sa

13. 18. 17. 16.

n en hardened into ice. Do2. w e To have b

g

19.

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20.

in

Change the Tense

4. Complete the table.

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se. ove or era 3. To rem ance. o for perf rm g in th lo 4. C um. st, maxim 5. Utmo e. rt. languag 7. Repo different a n. to in s ord ior positio 9. Turn w a less sen to k n ra duce in erations. 10. To re ce of op n e u q se for 11. Plan e. ct, precis e rr 14. Co . d mannere les. 16. Wellsport’s ru nforcing e l ia c ffi 17. O

Remember: The rule about adding suffixes beginning with a vowel. List Word

(a) hesitate

(b) circulate

(c) decode

(d) choke

(e) describe

(f) demote

Add ‘s’

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Long Vowels

List Words Missing Words

indicate translate hesitate

5. Complete the sentences using list or revision words.

(a) Can you make sure there is an

the

(b) Will we be able to

scene

arrive

(c) Please hurry up and

polite

umpire

(d) Can you

describe

extreme delete

for the sale of the house?

to buy for your friend’s birthday.

the person you saw at the

of the crime?

refuge perfume schedule costume scan

6. Write a list or revision word to replace the words in bold print.

(a) The lawyer had to study the document and give an opinion.

(b) Cross out the last word and replace it with a better one.

(c) Can you point out on the map where the hospital is?

(d) It would be good manners to invite everyone to the party. (e) Do not upset me with bad behaviour at the party.

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circulate

Synonyms

sa

froze

which bottle of

g

choke

in the lagoon?

in

decode

the missiles from the

and take

decide demote

description on

m pl e

accurate

Revision Words

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Syl la bles

intercept

7. Write the list or revision words with three or more syllables in alphabetical order.

international disappoint disability

submarine

subject

interesting

repeat revise

modem

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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

sa

ate hesitate sl n a tr te a ic ind delete e em tr ex te ra u c ac polite e iv rr a e en sc decide ribe c es d e ir p m u choke decode demote perfume refuge froze scan costume schedule international t ep rc te in circulate bility repeat disappoint disa ct submarine subje revise em interesting mod

n h l d f d i s a b i l i t y p o z s o x e l u d e h c s n w n q c u g n i t s e r e t n i t n o h m e k o h c i b q e x t r e m e n s d q p b g h w r e v i r r a t t e i n d i c a t e i r r n c x c e z s e a e r p b g t b t a e p e r o a t x t d e d a a a e h p v j n r p o u e r o e p y s r a t c b a f p m v l i a c p e r f u m e u t d o e y e i w n e y d e u c r s i e i d n d p m s s d d g v m c e n n m e e r p o c o l i t e i g a n i t i a d c e n i r a m b u s c k f o c o s t a d u m e t f f q e l e q m h e s i t a t e e e w o c c j c i r c u l a t e r o j m v p m d

m pl e

Word Search

in

9. (a) Four words are written backwards on the word worm. Circle them.

ti se t hl e r anoitan

i

ta

n

nartes iv ls er a t e

g

e

Word Worm

5

(b) Write a question using each word. (i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

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Rhyming Words

10. Write the list or revision words that rhyme with these words.

(a) delight

(b) strive

(c) broke

(d) rose

(e) gene

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oo‚ ew‚ ou‚ ue‚ ui

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

mushroom monsoon cartoon tablespoon snooze

m pl e

curfew corkscrew withdrew screwdriver coupon wound youth group

sa

mousse chop suey gruesome

g

cruise suitable

in

recruit pursuit sixty

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Africa

Missing Letters

Compound Words

1. Fill in the missing letters to complete the list words. (a)

(c) t

(e) c

(g) cr

(i)

(k)

(m)

(o) m

(p) s

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bl

sp

kscr s

ou

some n

(d) sn

(f) A

r

e a rt

(h) c

d

(j)

e

ty

(l)

u

p

(n) m n

2. Write the list words which are compound words.

th

(b)

n

ui oo u

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oo‚ ew‚ ou‚ ue‚ ui 2.

1.

3.

6.

10.

8.

9.

11.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

in

n etween Do1. w b n o . rs e A pe dult ag

ew

Change the Tense

12.

14.

13.

g

rain o ast Asia. -E , South unting sing, h a h C 6. g. ved. trackin remo , k c a . lled b lus ten 7. Pu tur y p n ks e c o lf a gc r 8. Ha r pullin fo e devic les. 9. A nt. ott ontine c from b t s e d larg econ one. 11. S l some o r n E ntitling 13. cher e u o v 15. A holder t. the iscoun . to a d orrible e or h iv ls u ep 16. R tening for fas l o o T 17. s. screw . oze 18. D r y. n inju 19. A

m pl e

ss Ac4.r Aoperiovedr oSfohuethaavynd

7.

sa

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

5.

4.

d and a childhoo fungus. n e 2. Edible ip tak ge on a sh a y o v A 3. ay. as a holid duct. a y h ir pro 4. Foam te. a ri p ro p 5. Ap

. ated film 10. Anim . h is inese d 12. A Ch spoon. e serving ple 14. Larg iring peo tion requ la n u e g e re etw 15. A indoors b to remain urs. ho specified things. eople or p f o t se A 16.

4. Complete the table .

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Remember: When a suffix beginning with a vowel is added to a word ending with ‘e’, the ‘e’ is usually dropped before adding the suffix. Note: One of the words is irregular. List Word

(a)

(b) withdrew

(c) group

(d)

(e)

(f)

Add ‘s’

Add ‘ing’

Add ‘ed’

snoozing

cruises recruited wounds

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List Words monsoon cartoon tablespoon snooze curfew corkscrew withdrew

Small Words 5. Write list or revision words that contain these small words.

(a) hid

(b) no

(c) tab

(d) up

(e) rid

(g) act

screwdriver coupon wound youth group

Synonyms

(f) hop

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mushroom

(h) few

6. Write a list or revision word with a similar meaning.

mousse

(a) horrifying

chop suey

(c) animated film

(d) trainer

(e) doze

(f) enlist

(g) left

(h) acceptable

(i) singers

(j) pharmacist

(k) voucher

(l) chase

suitable recruit pursuit sixty

sa

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Africa

g

cruise

in

gruesome

(b) accomplish

Revision Words

Mixed-up Sentences

7. Unjumble the sentences.

achieve

(a) coach team. going for Cardiff to The recruit new to players the is

chef

ache

character

(b) youth make chef is to chop suey the going group. The for

(c) the by jagged gruesome. wound caused knife looked The

Madrid

Cardiff

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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

sa

cartoon nsoon o m m o o hr s u m curfew ooze n s n o o p s le b ta youth hdrew corkscrew wit chop suey d n u o w coupon suitable e s s u o m group sixty ise gruesome cru chef pursuit recruit chemist e v e hi c a Africa cter coach a r ha c ache screwdriver d hi c r o choir Cardiff Madrid

m y m b w l C a r d i f t a b l e s p o o n c r f y f y j u i s e p m j r s c r e w d r i v e r s u u a k t i u r c e r h p k w s n s o y c n c u r f e w y w i y h h o r c h i d m t o u n o p r v n o o g b o g i p u y j r h m x u i z h q g d u a e u o m d i c r i n e c s q r t t x v o r o a o v u s d c u z c u d h A e c r n t h y n o e Mw f t x e s k f g m o i f o q a s a o r s a g o c s o r t i e c f c o d d i i f r s o o k a o p r s b w h h u n h m r s c m h e i t c c y j e i p a e z n h c l c h a r a c t e r d g c o u s r e h m u e v w f p u r s u i t x o k o c m w z

m pl e

Word Search

Homographs

g

9. The list word wound can be pronounced in two ways to give different meanings. Write sentences for each word, showing their meanings. (a) wound (pronounce ‘ou’ like ‘oo’ as in ‘moon’).

(b) wound (pronounce ‘ou’ like ‘ow’ as in ‘cow’).

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in

Rhyming Words

10. Write list or revision words that rhyme with these words. (a) hire

(b) balloon

(c) bruise

(d) sake

(e) believe

(f) tooth

(g) hound

(h) flute

(i) choose

(j) hoop

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Unit 7

Christmas

List Words

Practise

Practise T D

bauble ceremony merry artificial celebration

m pl e

cranberry exciting shepherd fireplace television pantomime seasonal chestnuts

sa

invitation ribbon skiing snowboard

in

sledging

g

skating

Nativity without

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idea

Incorrect Words

Syl la bles 2. Match the syllables to make list words.

(a) pantomine

(a) bau •

• ting

(b) sking

(b) with •

• nuts

(c) idear

(c) snow •

• ble

(d) bawbel

(d) chest •

• board

(e) chessnuts

(e) ska •

• out

(f) scating

(f) shep •

• ing

(g) snobored

(g) fire •

• herd

(h) sheperd

(h) ski •

• place

(i) artifishal

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2.

Christmas

1.

4.

3.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword. 5.

6. 10.

9.

12.

14.

13.

11.

16.

m pl e

8.

7.

15.

17.

19.

18.

20.

Acroesosf decoration.

sa

21.

Down

ew

in

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cific 7. Typ ited to spe oring’. ‘b im f L o . te 6 si o l p a ar. 9. Op s of the ye us theatric e ro m o ti m u H ught. 1. lf around t. 11. Tho arm yourse tertainmen ep. n W e e sh r . e 8 ft a ks er snow. . 13. Loo aving. the moving ov f o y 2. Not h a w n asted. s. fu y. su rr A e e J . b f 5 d o 1 sty when ro all re birth Ta e sm . th 0 A f 1 o t . n 3 tch it. eve people wa ning. y a n 16. The g a . g l’ M o a b . e 2 To ‘r 4. e 1 to tie. posite of n be used est to com 18. Op u a q C re t. . n 4 A e 1 v 5. rmal e . heerful. 19. A fo something ively and c L to . 7 1 arty. 20. A p snow. to ‘surf’ on se u r o F . 21 One word is missing. Which one?

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4. (a) Write answers to each clue in the correct horizontal place on the grid.

• festivity (11) • crimson fruit (9) • often roasted (9) • long narrow band (6) • opening below chimney (9) • suggestion (4)

(b) Write the word in the highlighted vertical column.

(c) Write a clue for this word.

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Christmas

List Words ceremony merry

Secret Code 5. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words.

a b c d e

artificial

exciting shepherd

At our annual seasonal

television

ourselves skiing

a great idea

chestnuts

christmas

,

and toast

. This

and he thought it was

sa !

Secret Words

g

6. Find the secret words.

(a) Change ‘cran’ to ‘rasp’ (b) Change ‘ce’ to ‘na’ in in ‘cranberry’. ‘sauce’.

without

idea

(c) Change ‘de’ to ‘f’ in (d) Change ‘ments’ to ‘te’ in ‘delight’. ‘ornaments’.

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Revision Words

u w

reunion

or skating

in

Nativity

t

day dressed as santa claus

ribbon

sledging

s

to speed down the slopes on

invitation

snowboard

l m n o p r

year, Sam brought a snowboard

seasonal

skating

k

. We do this after we have exhausted

chestnuts

skiing

i

we sit around the fireplace

fireplace pantomime

g h

a b c d e f g h i k l m n o p r s t u w

celebration cranberry

f

m pl e

bauble

sauce

Missing Letters

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fairy

Santa Claus reunion

7. Fill in the missing vowels to complete the list or revision words.

(a) sk

(c) d

(e)

d

Christmas

(g)

rt

sugar

(i) sp

special

(k)

ornaments sleigh delight

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l

ng

(b) sl

ght

(d) t

f

c

c xc

(f)

t

l

gh l

v

rn

(j) c

ng

(l) f

n nts

n

(h) r

l

m

s

r r

m pl

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Christmas

Word Search

m pl e

o o f n g k n s p o y l f m d g h v n l z e c i i o 8. Fin l p v t s i d the li st a a g h n j r e i h v is ion wo nd t t s k i r b s rds in the g e b t u a w x d o r r m d r search a p d r y l r n i . b s r v e e k t n r S v r z d e d b n a u h e e l o c r a n t o m i m e a l n t b n c h t a g e w p a n t i f i c i s m i s e g i d e l o l t n s b a r n a m e n t m u y e l v s o x s n a u o o n k u i o r n y d e c m h e C g d i c a y c l y i o b n b k s i r e p l a l n m t c c a g e a g r i c h b l d t s f f e o d g d a u w l p a f n i i t e t i y e i a u k h i n t k c y s r r z o g i a i h m p i r u y g a t i v i t u h h u m n l j n d y z f g v e s w l m s g n u N k r e r c w d u m b w q c h j a b p r t v y x skiing m s d l h ia r u ic r if t b ar m e e l sledging l y r r mer c m idea hristmas y

More Than One

a

One word is missing. Can you work out which it is?

sdwcl b pm r

nh

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r

in

9. Choose every third letter and then rearrange them to make a list or revision word.

C sauce fairy Nativity s lau Santa C

o

g

sa

ceremon nberry a r c naments r le o n io t baub a celebr fireplace r special a g d u r s e l h a p e n sh seaso delight e im m exciting o t ribbon n pan ion sleigh televisio d t r a a it o v b in w sno s reunion Word Worm Anagram chestnut t u o skating with

ag im slk v tbthc

10. Complete the table.

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Plural

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11. (a) W rite a list o f seasonal winter spo rts. (b) W rite each sp word in a se orting ntence. (c) Te st your frie nds with the spellin g of these words.

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Unit 8

Compound Words

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

toothache worthwhile eyesight wavelength goosebumps

m pl e

hairstyle lifestyle whiteboard skateboard keyboard guidelines spreadsheet typeset

sa

copyright nightmare newspaper afterwards

in

worldwide

g

supermarket

therefore

computer

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program

Compound Words

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1. Match the words to make compound words. Write each word in full.

(a) copy •

• ache

(b) worth •

• mare

(c) tooth •

• sight

(d) guide •

• length

(e) there •

• board

(f) spread •

• style

(g) super •

• right

(h) after •

• while

(i) world •

• fore

(j) wave •

• lines

(k) skate •

• wide

(l) life

• sheet

(m) eye •

• market

(n) night •

• wards

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Compound Words

2. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Acarnnoer sof sliving.

18. Vision. ched to a 19. Atta 1. M rt ffo computer. the time or e 5. Worth d board 20. Wheele spent. r. o ss g e in c for rid . 6. nic data pro 8. Electro l ia c ffi r O fo 21. g board 11. Writin advice. . presentations 9. f news. d account o 12. Printe f. o lt su re 10. quently, as a 13. Conse w sa I n whe 16. I got the ghost!

13.

6. A frightening or unpleasant dream. 7. At a later or future time.

9. To arrange text on a computer. 10. A computer program for organizing data. . 11. Thinking on the same 14. How your hair is arranged.

7.

8.

11.

15.

16.

18.

17.

19.

20.

g

14.

4. 5.

sa

3.

m pl e

12.

2. A big food store. 3. Permission granted to copy. 4. A dentist can fix this.

2.

Down

1.

in

15. International. 21. software of 17. A series instructions for a computer.

3. Find two words in each sentence that make a compound word.

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Making Words

(b) The children spread the sheet of paper across the table.

(c) Keep your eye on the rocket and try not to lose sight of it.

(d) The dentist said the uncomfortable ache came from a canine tooth.

(e) The spare key was hidden under a board in the back porch.

(f) Make sure you get the message right when you copy it.

(g) That style of brush helps to untangle your hair with minimal damage.

(h) The wards will need a thorough scrubbing after we move the beds out.

(i) He thought it would be worth studying for his exams while listening to music.

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Compound Words

List Words My Meanings

toothache eyesight

4. Write a definition for each word. Use a dictionary to check your answers.

wavelength

(a) mimic

goosebumps

(b) worldwide

hairstyle

(c) program

(d) heroic

(e) guidelines

(f) socket

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5. Which list or revision word(s) …

(a) is an adverb?

(b) has a silent ‘u’?

(c) is a palindrome?

(d) is a word that can be spelt in two ways?

(e) has four syllables?

(f) is a preposition?

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program

Word Hunt

sa

skateboard

g

whiteboard

in

lifestyle

m pl e

worthwhile

Secret Words

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6. Find the secret words.

Revision Words attack chuckle

(a) Change ‘ic’ in ‘heroic’ to ‘ism’.

freckle

(b) Change ‘right’ in ‘copyright’ to ‘writer’.

socket

(c) Change ‘bumps’ in ‘goosebumps’ to ‘berry’.

mimic

(d) Change ‘length’ in ‘wavelength’ to ‘band’.

electric

(e) Change ‘fr’ in ‘freckle’ to ‘sp’.

heroic

(f) Change ‘att’ in ‘attack’ to ‘tr’.

upon

terrific

eye

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Compound Words

Word Search

sa

m pl e

t h g i r y p k e t e e h s o c d b m x i m n w p v z l n s j v k d a e r p s i i l c r e 7. Find the list and revision a f t e r w a b k e w a s l m j z o y words in the word search. l e h c a h t r d s g t o o i d m g e o o t g e h b d r c r v r s ht a sig eye o hile b thw wor y e k a f u k e toothache n a y m h v b n e k x a i c y wavelength goosebumps hairstyle m i r r e b x p p u o i g t e m g skateboard z m whiteboard v d lifestyle a o w d c u l t a h u q l e m i e s j i t h spreadsheet s guidelines keyboard n v t c k r f y e w h t r l are htm nig l r ht yrig c cop p l y y e g z d h n r o c w typeset d h i s e ard erw aft b et a k ark l v r h o x u x newspaper superm p o n p t c c o r w a p er put k com c a t t a h v f t o v therefore worldwide k e u y e u r i a m t h g i n e chuckle attack program f s s p h f r h r e r j e l y t s w l l mimic socket freckle g o o s e b u r i a h b e c i e h d e heroic electric terrific e l k c e r f m p s m j s a r h i w n eye g o r l e l e p b a g x e i r t l i g upon a i b i d h h c t r i c t l e q e d t v d l i f e s Word Worm Anagram t y l e h

o

teasntd ip ae rg h l vb srauwe

k

g

h

in

lh

n

g

8. Choose every third letter and then rearrange them to make a list or revision word.

Secret Code

ew

9. Use the secret code to find the list or revision word. a 1

c 2

d 3

e 4

f 5

g 6

h 7

i 8

k 9

l o p r s t y 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Additio

(a)

10. (a) A dd more compoun d words to the list w (c) ords. (b) W 14 11 2 9 4 15 rite six silly se n tences usin (d) g th e list words. 15 7 4 13 4 5 11 13 4 (c) W rite the list (e) words a c 14 12 13 4 1 3 14 7 4 4 15 cording to the number of vowels in each.

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(b)

10 8 5 4 14 15 16 10 4

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–ine, –ise, –ice, –ite, –ive

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

magazine trampoline quarantine engine imagine

m pl e

examine medicine advise promise crevice service favourite definite

sa

opposite attractive positive negative

g

explosive expensive

in

detective monitor

ew

parallel Missing Letters

Small Words

1. Fill in the missing vowels to complete the list words. m

g

n

(a)

(c) cr

v

ce

(e) pr

m

s

(g) m

d

c

n

(i) p

r

ll

(k)

d

f

n

(m) f

(n) q

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(d) p (f)

l

(h) d (j)

t r

r

(b)

nt

t n

(l) m

xpl s

s t

v v

ng

n

t

ct

pp

s

t

n

t

r

v

2. Write the list words that contain these small words.

(a) par

(b) pen

(c) our

(d) ram

(e) ran

(f) ant

(g) act

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–ine, –ise, –ice, –ite, –ive 2.

1.

3.

6.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

7.

5. 4.

Across

10.

11.

13.

12.

16.

15.

17.

sa

14.

19.

in

20.

g

18.

n losely. n. cing o Do1. w tc r boun c fo e t p n s e In quipm or t ic e atmen mnast the tre 2. Gy r fo d ase. gs use 3. Dru ntion of dise up. e v pre to blow ly e k li ething 4. Som

ew

5. Having the same direction or course.

m pl e

9.

8.

21.

sing. a le p , g d. pealin nee 6. Ap g of a in id v . pro dically 7. The e perio v r e s . b o icture 9. To ental p m a rm 10. Fo d. ost like 11. M

8. Confident and hopeful.

12. An illustrated periodical.

13. Specific.

15. A period of isolation.

18. Differing,opposing.

19. To give counsel.

20. Costly.

21. A machine that converts energy into motion.

s stigate ho inve w e n o me 13. So e. crim ee. uarant 14. G . . in rock ssimistic or gap 16. Pe k c ra c arrow 17. N

Adding Endings

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4. Add the suffixes ‘ed’, ‘ing’, ‘tion’ or ‘ly’ to make new words. Some words and suffixes will need changing. Use a dictionary to help you.

(a) imagine

(b) positive

(c) attractive

(d) examine

(e) opposite

(f) negative

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–ine, –ise, –ice, –ite, –ive

List Words Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives

magazine quarantine engine imagine

5. Sort the list and revision words under the following headings.

favourite

borrow

imagine

window monitor

engine

definite

examine

cargo

examine

Noun

Verb

medicine advise promise crevice service favourite definite attractive

Missing Words

6. Complete the sentences using list or revision words.

(a) Can you

negative

explosive

(b) He has given a

expensive

detective

(c) My friend lives

(d) It is very when we emigrate.

(e) The soldier put an

monitor

?

Revision Words window

g

to bring more

on his return to the war-torn country. me and I can wave to her from

my bedroom

ew

parallel

what it is like to travel in the space

in

positive

Adjective

sa

opposite

positive

m pl e

trampoline

. to put our dog into device in the

of the rock face and quickly ran for shelter

before ignition.

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borrow

swallow cargo zero

Jumbled Words

7. Unjumble the list or revision words.

tomatoes

(a) etmtsoao

(b) huhlogat

foe

(c) prinrotopo

(d) poiexlsve

although

(e) gznmaiea

(f) stviipoe

(g) lwwlsao

(h) moierplnta

(i) vcsriee

(j) fntdiiee

proportion shuttle

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Word Search

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

magazine engine medicine crevice definite positive expensive parallel swallow tomatoes proportion

trampoline imagine advise service opposite negative detective window cargo foe shuttle

quarantine examine promise favourite attractive explosive monitor borrow zero although

sa

m pl e

i l o p m a r t n n e e h c n m m e t t r a c t i v a n s k r j o s o h d e s x p u e e n m e j i b i f m k z b z i p v o i e v h v i o g r a e f e n z i t m d i g d f e x c t e e t e r e v e a u c a a i o e i t o c x o s i v d o e m g c p w r v g e p y i s i g h x i o i r s p u z r t l m n t b t f n t n o o d x p o z a e e i a l k e e k s r t u i v s c d p s w a l l o w i p t p j a m i r w i n d o w o x v t i n i f e d t f u c v v r p e g a z i n e a m k e v i t n e g a a n t i n e g r a u q e n i e n g r a l l e l x a p r o t i n f m o u t t l e v x o h s a h o i g o n

g

Antonyms

9. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

(a) lend

(c) ugly

(d) friend

(e) vague

(f) stable

ew

in

Word Challenge

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10. Make as many words as you can from the letters in this word.

trampoline

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11. (a) Make a li st of all th e adjective s in the w ord list and p ut them in alphabe tical orde r. (b) Write sen tences u sing these ad jectives. (c) Write defi nit revision w ions for six ords.

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Unit 10

ue‚ ew‚ iew‚ eau‚ eue

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

barbecue fondue continue tissue rescue

m pl e

analogue duel refuel issue subdue fewer renew skewer

sa

mildew viewed viewpoint

g

review beauty

in

beautiful queue body

ew

eighty

Missing Letters

1. Use ‘ue’, ‘ew’, ‘iew’, ‘eau’ or ‘eue’ to complete the list words. (a) qu

(e) resc

(i) contin

(m) rev

(b) analog

Vi

(f) v

ed

(j) subd

(n) f

(c) sk

er

(d) b

(g) b

tiful

(h) ren

(k) d

l

(l) tiss

ty

er

Alphabetical Order 2. Write the list words starting with letters from ‘a’ to ‘f’ in alphabetical order.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

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1.

4.

2. 3.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

AcrAodishsinswhich small pieces

8.

12.

10.

m pl e

9.

13.

14.

16. 17.

15.

18.

19.

sa

ed into a of food are dipp e. uc heated sa cook food on. 6. A thin rod to ort of a centur y. 10. 20 years sh ount of 11. A smaller am . something 12. Loveliness. or inspected. 13. Looked at e of ‘digital’. 14. The opposit paper. 16. Absorbent concern. 19. Subject of g. 20. Keep goin

5.

11.

4.

6.

7.

20.

Down

lovely. 12. Gorgeous, cation. w or viewing lo 13. Point of vie ngus. 15. A type of fu le control. ody under forcib 17. Bring someb play. rt on a book or 18. Critical repo

ew

1. To save, deliv er from danger . 2. Formal fight over matter of ho nour. 3. Equipment fo r cooking outdoo rs. 5. Physical form of human or an im al. 7. Line of waitin g people. 8. Fill up with pe trol again. 9. To revive.

g

in

Changing Tenses

Remember: The rule about adding suffixes to words ending with an ‘e’, and doubling the final consonant where necessary.

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4. Complete the table. List Word

(a) continue

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g) renew

Add ‘s’

Add ‘ing’

Past Tense

rescues refuelled barbecuing queues

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Word Hunt

List Words barbecue fondue

ue‚ ew‚ iew‚ eau‚ eue

5. Which list or revision word(s) …

(a) is a compound word?

(b) are mathematical words?

rescue

analogue

(c) have the same three-letter word in each?

duel

refuel

(d) has five vowels?

tissue

issue subdue fewer renew skewer

Shape Sorter

6. Write the list or revision word that fits in each shape.

sa

mildew viewed viewpoint

(a)

(c)

queue body

(b)

(d)

ew

eighty

in

beauty

g

review beautiful

m pl e

continue

Mixed-up Sentences Revision Words

7. Unjumble the sentences.

(a) phone Let’s that him athlete invite famous our barbecue. and to

these

accuse

(b) the broke my valley. viewpoint phone I while the standing over beautiful at mobile

amuse

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athlete

mobile

divide

broke

(c) long the refuel. was queue pumps of There a cars at waiting to

phone

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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

fondue rescue refuel fewer mildew review queue athlete amuse broke fraction

continue analogue issue renew viewed beauty body these mobile phone

Word Worm Anagram

sa

barbecue tissue duel subdue skewer viewpoint beautiful eighty accuse divide easy

j h r v i e w e d f r h n f u v r a l i m y d u e l l k r l p m u s e d h s w s e u c e b r u h e b a b o u e s p e e p m b k f l w f n s i j m t d b i h i b e a u l d r a p t y p o s d v t v k u e i e l n u e u l n u e n u v s u a s j o i s e r i q k r e f i c g a t d p n v e x c r g n o e d u e n m e u o c o u s s i t a r e e b i l s e n i c b x w t z e v b u x o q g l t j k e k e h w m p t u l v d v c n l e l i d w k w n u a r w r e y n b b e f a k w o b r c x e r t g u t o k u z f y y f o d u i e f y e a s m t h e s e s u c a v n l c a a r d e i g s h t y n e e w k v

m pl e

Word Search

w

in

u

g

9. Choose every third letter and then rearrange them to make a list or revision word.

b

ew

g

b n s r t y o c i c a r t l o p l n h e

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Synonyms

11. (a)

10. Write a list or revision word with a similar meaning.

(a) blame

(b) sending out

(c) examine

(d) entertain

(e) bring under control

(f) portable

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Silent Letters

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

wrote wretch wrestle answer kneel

m pl e

yolk guide thumb plumber tongue shoulder boulder yacht

sa

column knead debt guard

in

rhythm

g

folk

wharf

emergency

ew

accept

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1. Fill in the missing letters to complete the list words.

(a) ans

er

(b)

eel

(c)

ote

(d) de

t

(e) b

lder

(f)

estle

(g) g

de

(h) plum

(i) colum

(k) sh

(m) ton

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lder e

(j) w

arf t

(l) ya (n) r

er

yth

Letters into worDs 2. Write six list or revision words using the letters on the column. They may be used more than once.

c o t

i a

v

p j

n

h

y

e

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1.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

2.

3.

6.

4. 5.

15.

g supportin

10.

12.

13.

14.

16.

17.

19.

20.

right 2. An up e rock. 5. A larg 22. n knees. 8. Rest o rite’. nse of ‘w ’. 9. Past te ‘question posite of p o e Th 10. g action. s requirin si ri c n e d 12. Sud in music. s of beats rn e tt a P 14. ooth. gh until sm u o d rk o 16. W ed. ething ow 18. Som

ew

11.

18.

21.

g

9.

in

8.

sa

n lace for ships. Do1. w ing p d n a L pillar.

7.

m pl e

3. A sailing bo at for racing or cruising. 4. The short, th ick first digit of th e hand. 6. Somebod y who installs an d fixes pipes. 7. People in general. 11. Place whe re arm attach es to trunk. 13. Fight by gr ipping and pu shing. 15. Yellow of egg. 17. Protect so mebody or so mething. 19. Fleshy orga n inside mouth . 20. Somebod y who is pitied. 21. Take som ething offered. 22. Show the way.

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4. Sort the list words according to their silent letter(s). Two words are in two groups. u

w

b

l

h

n

k

e

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List Words wrote wretch

5. Complete the sentences using list or revision words.

(a) The sailor had to

(b) The

quickly

(c) After the severe flooding we had no

tongue

shoulder

boulder

(d) If you do not

yacht

m pl e

wrestle

Missing Words

kneel yolk guide thumb plumber

column

tying the

to the an

but to find more

to move the heavy

off the road.

the teacher, you will not

the lashing from her

6. Find the secret words.

folk

(a) Change ‘de’ to ‘dou’ in ‘debt’.

guard

(b) Change ‘col’ to ‘aut’ in ‘column’.

(c) Change ‘eme’ to ‘u’ in ‘emergency’.

emergency

. (d) Change ‘ton’ to ‘ro’ in ‘tongue’.

(e) Change ‘fo’ to ‘cha’ in ‘folk’.

(f) Delete ‘app’ from ‘appoint’ and add ‘ment’ to the end.

ew

accept

in

wharf

.

g

debt

rhythm

.

to Mum for the repair to the burst pipe in the kitchen.

Secret Words

knead

with the rope when

sa

answer

Revision Words

Syl la bles

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7. Choose ten list words that have one syllable. How many vowels do they each contain?

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

choice invoice appoint enjoy employ voyage annoy lifebuoy

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(h)

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(j)

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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

wrestle yolk plumber boulder knead guard emergency invoice employ lifebuoy

sa

wretch wrote kneel answer thumb guide shoulder tongue column yacht folk debt wharf rhythm choice accept enjoy appoint annoy voyage coming beginning

b h j p v d i e q f e c r a u g g c t r i t y q d n n x q h o i c e c r h h b f u c l j g m r y t z v e o u c q y e m p l o y t o n g u e m m w a q e t d a f y o p l u m b e r i i y y o l k c r r v o y a g e o t n c n r v s y c e d l u o h s z n v g v x w c w b n e g r e m e f i o w b o u l d e e g i n n i n g o i r f d a e n k r p q e h n c u p c e t k n e e l r x t z d c v i p e s p b k l o f h u p f k l t d a i t n a e w r o y v q y o u b e f i l v l z d j w t e c o l u m n r u e i a n n o y h a r f h o w o y w l m a n s w e v x n h s q k t m k j i r r a v p l i c h n

m pl e

Word Search

Suffixes

(a) enjoy

(b) kneel

(c) guide

(d) accept

(e) appoint

ew

in

g

9. How many new words can you make from these list or revision words by adding suffixes? Remember the spelling rules you have learnt and use a dictionary to help.

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Suffixes

10. Add the suffix ‘ment’ or ‘ance’ to these words.

(a) accept

(b) appoint

(c) enjoy

(d) employ

(e) annoy

(f) guide

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11. (a)

Add to th e list of w ords with silen t letters. U se a dictionary to help. (b) Write five sentence s using the se new w o rds. (c) Test your frie spelling o nds on the f these n ew words.

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Unit 12

al-, wel-, -til‚ -ful

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

almost already almighty altogether welcome

m pl e

welfare until instil delightful powerful awful useful careful

sa

fearful graceful hopeful thankful

in

watchful

g

skilful

wonderful either

ew

neither

Adverbs

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1. Add ‘ly’ to these list words to make them adverbs.

Antonyms 2. Change ‘ful’ to ‘less’ to make antonyms of these list words.

(a) wonderful

(a) thankful

(b) awful

(b) powerful

(c) delightful

(c) graceful

(d) powerful

(d) useful

(e) careful

(e) hopeful

(f) skilful

(f) fearful

(g) watchful

(g) careful

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2.

1.

3.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

s Across tim e.

6.

19. Warm reception.

9.

10.

13.

12.

11.

15.

14.

16.

17.

18.

19.

n Do1. w Nearly.

in

11. Outstanding. 13. Mixture of wonder and dread. 14. To gradually but firmly establish in someone’s mind. 16. One or the other. 17. Up to the point in time. romising. . P 18

8.

sa

g

m pl e

7.

1. By thi . 3. Feeling gratitude 4. Accomplished. the other 7. Not the one nor things. or le op pe of two nt. 9. Alert and vigila

5.

4.

ing. 2. Charm ss. te of usele 5. Opposi t. 6. Elegan us. 8. Cautio

12. Afraid. 13. In total.

ew

10. All-powerful. 11. Well-being.

15. Strong.

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4. Use ‘al’, ‘wel’, ‘til’ or ‘ful’ to complete the list words. skil

(a)

(d)

(g) power

(j)

(m) delight

(p)

(b)

most

(c) wonder

come

(e)

mighty

(f) un

(h) ins

together fare

(k) aw

(i) watch

(l)

(n) hope (q) fear

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(o) grace (r) thank

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List Words almost already almighty

Proofreading 5. Circle the list or revision words that have been incorrectly spelt. Rewrite the sentences correctly.

(a) Neether of the children could remender the way home.

welcome

welfare

until

(b) I sinseerly hope you are going to be karefull with that knife.

instil

(c) It’s alltogither wunderfull to watch the thursty animals drink the water.

awful useful careful fearful graceful hopeful skilful thankful

sa

powerful

Jumbled Words

6. Two list or revision words have been jumbled together. Can you unjumble them?

g

delightful

m pl e

altogether

(a) afertqkehuearfula

+

wonderful

(b) iliryeartherb

+

either

(c) curdhainher

+

neither

(d) pirusulhoevf

+

ew

in

watchful

Revision Words

(e) htirsyahctfwult

+

(f) neytgimheraliht

+

thirsty

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virus

urchin burst

further

Small Words

7. Find and write small words in these list and revision words.

(a) altogether

earthquake

(b) earthquake

heard

(c) already

sincerely

(d) powerful

library

(e) graceful

remember

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8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

prefixes

almighty welfare delightful useful graceful thankful either virus further heard

sa

already welcome instil awful fearful skilful wonderful thirsty burst earthquake library

almost altogether until powerful careful hopeful watchful neither urchin remember sincerely

h u w w l n q l u f e t k e b u f u t a e r a c w b q r h a l m i g h t y l m o s t l j a y a c b n i l u f l u f l i k s f d l o u s e f u l k n a h t z k n e i t h e r l l t m o t g g t h e u o e w i v l u f i r s t y n h w f g v n l u f e c t h g i l e d d r e b m e m e r s a r g y k o s r e t e e i t h e r i j d a e y y e w h o p e f u l i f a u l q l l h o e d g e l s c r e q b u u e i t p r j a u u h l t h u n f r r b r w e r f r e a r s r p v h c e r u y f w i a r a t p u y s c h c a f u a v r l e l i t i y n t i n r n u a a n i y l t q d w o n d e r f u l w n s l

m pl e

Word Search

(a) sincerely

(b) hopeful

(c) welcome

(d) skilful

ew

in

g

9. Add the prefix ‘un’ or ‘in’ to the words below and write them in a sentence.

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Syl la bles

10. Match the syllables to make list or revision words. •

• ful

(a) ur

(b) thir •

• til

(c) aw •

• rus

(d) bur •

• sty

(e) vi

(f) un •

• chin • st

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11. (a)

Give eac h letter in the alphabe t a numb er; e.g. a = 1 , b = 2, c = 3. (b) Calculate which list words have the highest v alue; e.g seek = 19 . +5+5+ 11 = 40. (c) Work out which th ree words ha ve the hig -letter hest and lowest va lues.

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Spring/Easter

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

chocolate colourful climate annual calories

m pl e

aroma dying decorate variety temperature yellow buffet confectionery

sa

disciples indulge irresistible symbol

in

gorge

g

tempting

ritual

lettuce

ew

onion

(b) let

(d) one

(e) low

(f) rat

(g) it

(h) our

(i) tin

(j) an

(k) ate

Small Words

(a) or

(c) disc

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1. Write the list words that contain these small words.

Incorrect Words 2. Write the words correctly.

(a) calorys

(b) lettice

(c) choclate

(d) onyun

(e) simbol

(f) vareity

(g) dieing

(h) temting

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Spring/Easter 1.

2. 3.

Acrostabsle that makes you cry.

20. Yearly. t 21. A measure of ho ld. or co

1. Opposite of thriving. 2. Vibrant.

14.

12.

13.

15.

16.

17.

18.

19.

20.

21..

Vertical Challenge

4. (a) Write answers to each clue in the correct horizontal place on the grid.

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4. Something sw eet. 5. A mark that stands for 11. something. 7. Green, leafy vegetable. 8. Units of ener gy. 9. Followers of a person or grou p. 10. A distinctiv e pleasant smel l. 13. Opposite of repellent. 15. Change ap pearance of ro om. 16. Typical wea ther in region. 17. A selection of food.

g

10.

in

7.

9.

ew

8.

Down

6.

sa

5.

m pl e

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

4.

3. Vege on. 6. The colour of a lem . t ho nk 8. When cold, dri . ng eri ow 11. Compelling, overp 12. Rite, ceremony. an enjoyable treat. 14. Have or permit 18. Assortment. 19. Overeat.

• vivid (9)

• a rounded edible bulb (5)

• inviting (8)

• once a year (6)

• wide range (7)

• have or permit a treat (7)

(b) Write the word in the highlighted vertical column.

(c) Write a clue for this word.

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List Words chocolate

5. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words.

colourful

a

climate annual

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

l

m n

o

p

r

s

t

u

a b c

d

e

f g h i l m n o p r s t u v

calories

aroma

to face the awful thunder and lightning

, but the thought of the irresistible

chocolate

decorate variety temperature

was too tempting

yellow

the aroma

buffet

of confectionery

disciples

symbol

calories

Homonyms

of an amazing variety

so I decided to indulge

they represented!

Homonyms are words that are spelt the same and have the same sound but have different meanings.

(a)

ritual

(b)

in

Antonyms

ew

onion

to resist. I was rewarded with

6. Write the two meanings of ‘gorge’. Use a dictionary to help.

gorge lettuce

at our local shops

g

tempting

and wellingtons

in a few of my favourites and not consider the

indulge irresistible

y

sa

confectionery

w

m pl e

dying

I needed an umbrella

v w y

7. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

(a) civilian

(b) deny

(c) thriving

(d) falsely

wellingtons

(e) nibble

(f) unappealing

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Revision Words umbrella soldier nurture

Adding Endings

celebrate

8. Complete the table. List Word

(a)

Add ’s’

religion Add ‘ing’

tempting

Add ‘ed’

Add ‘ion/ation’

weather lightning

(b) decorate

eighth

(c) celebrate

truly

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9. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

a m o r a y r t n n c e e c a l o r i e s t i v j k e s

s y m b o l u m i u r l u e w u d y t w e a t h e r i

r

One word is missing! Write it on the line below.

c l e o a j l c r r j i v y r g p a u a d

g

sa

m pl e

colourful u ual ann l c ma aro f e e u p g l decorate r e temperature o b buffet g r disciples x a irresistible k t l d e symbol e i g h ritual x a g f m onion h p e umbrella t k n nurture n y j religion i w a n g f lightning g u r truly b r q i t t t s e l

ew

in

chocolate climate calories dying variety yellow confectionery indulge tempting gorge lettuce wellingtons soldier celebrate weather eighth

f

v h b x c l i m a t e y e e r u t r u n b f e p r e p

t d y i n g q a n b e t f j f p q h b s n e s r e e m i

u c o n f e c t i o n e r y u i n d u l g e t i n c a g p c

q y m n l x a c e b r e i d l o s g t z

t f t

v l k t e m p t i n g u g

e i e t a r o c e d f r y

m g y c h o c o l a t e m

u i q i r i t u a l l c k

c o l o u r f u l l j a f

n o m q s j c o g s n d

s i q j p w p k w b y f

Word Challenge

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10. Make as many words as you can from the word below. You can rearrange the letters.

irresistible

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Write a li st o your frien f colours. Test ds with th eir spellin (b) g. Write a li st of ordin al numbers , starting w ith ‘first’. (c) Write a li st o containin f food items g double letters.

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sh‚ ti‚ si‚ ssi‚ ci

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

fashion cushion description collection population

m pl e

multiplication imagination information composition vaccination pension tension extension

sa

expression admission discussion

g

concussion permission

in

social official

country

ew

trouble

Syl la bles

Missing Letters

2. Write the list words with four or more syllables in alphabetical order.

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1. Fill in the missing letters to complete the list words. on

(a) permi

(c) vaccina

(e) exten

(g) c

(i) multiplica

(k) descrip

(m) composi

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on

on

ntry

(b) so

(d) trou

(f) fa

(h) admi

on on on

(j) ten

(l) concu

(n) informa

al

ion on on on on

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

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1.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

3. Source o f difficulty. 4. Talk betw een people. 6. Confessio n. 7. Authorize d. 10. Look on somebody’s face. 12. Mathem atical opera tion. 14. An acc ount of a pe rs on, object or ev ent. 17. Tempora ry unconscio usness. 18. Retirem ent pay. 19. Ability to visualize. 20. Additio nal piece. 21. A natio n with its ow n government and territory .

2.

4. 5.

6. 7.

9.

8.

10.

11.

12.

m pl e

3.

sa

13.

14.

15.

16.

Downinhabitants of a 1. All the particular place. er to 2. Inoculation in ord se. ea dis prevent a

17.

g

18.

in

19.

20.

ew

21.

Word Endings

3. Stress. 5. Knowledge. 8. Soft, filled bag for sitting on. 9. A group of things. a 11. The way in which is re xtu whole or mi made up. 13. Consent. 15. Clothing styles. y. 16. Relating to societ

4. Sort the list words according to these endings.

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ation

tion

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sion

shion

ition

cial

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List Words fashion cushion description

Missing Words 5. Complete the sentences using list or revision words.

(a) The nurse placed a soft

(b) To everyone’s

information

(c) The majority of the

composition

vaccination

(d) James wanted to

pension

population multiplication imagination

arm before giving her the

admission

in the neighbourhood is

elderly, with most of them receiving a fortnightly

teacher gave out the

Base Words

from the classroom when the test.

6. Find and write the base word. Use a dictionary to help.

sa

expression

the pop star took his and asked a member of the audience to sing.

tension extension

.

m pl e

collection

under the patient’s

(a) vaccination

(b) permission

(c) excitement

(d) discussion

permission

(e) admission

(f) collection

social

(g) strengthen

(h) imagination

official

(i) description

(j) official

country

(k) population

(l) amazement

ew

trouble

in

concussion

g

discussion

Small Words

Revision Words

7. Write the list or revision words that contain these small words.

(a) ape

(b) gin

(c) eve

microphone

(d) pen

woollen

(e) try

strengthen

(f) sit

amazement

(g) ash

(h) ten

(i) one

(j) miss

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prevent

microscope

excitement escape none

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Word Search

sh‚ ti‚ si‚ ssi‚ ci

sa

cushion collection multiplication information vaccination tension expression discussion permission official trouble prevent microphone strengthen excitement none

g

fashion description population imagination composition pension extension admission concussion social country precise microscope woollen amazement escape

t m t t n o i s s u c n o c d r v n e n i n s m u l t i p l i c a t e c e t o h m i c r o p h o n i o n r m r m r o c v e w j k a c c i n a t i o n r h e o e e c f i e a d m i s s i o n g c z s t n n o f a z l a f d y c a c i g u n l i l n g e a e m n o n e m o c t i n o l c q i q e s u f y y x a p x h o x e i g x t i e i n t u s h d e e e u j f l s c a p r l c c z b e y r t n u o c i q f n h l s t l n o q a o x s n p e n s i o n e o i i v o u f p n i d i s c u s s i o n o m o d i b e e o i n f o r m a t i o n w r n c h l f n e p o p u l a t i o n p r e c i s e a s u j a g b y n o i s s e r p x e u p r e z p r e v e n t c t e n s g c o m p o s i t i o n t l y i o n c c f d e s c r r w b y i p t i o n r x u r m g

m pl e

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

Word Challenge

ew

in

9. Make as many words as you can from the word below. You can rearrange the letters.

multiplication

Antonyms

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10. Write a list or revision word with an opposite meaning.

(a) weaken

(b) allow

(c) division

(d) some

(e) illegal

(f) vague

(g) boredom

(h) exclusion

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Sort the re vision wo rd accordin g to the n s umber of syllable s they ha ve. (b) Use a dic tionary to write a definition for 10 list w ords. (c) Write the list and re vision words in alphabe tical orde r.

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Unit 15

-able‚ -ible

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

available enjoyable comfortable reasonable forgivable

m pl e

flammable remarkable advisable noticeable valuable reversible flexible horrible

sa

digestible edible visible

g

sensible audible

in

legible divisible

forgotten

ew

separate

Missing Suffixes

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1. Fill in the missing suffixes to complete the list words.

(a) forgiv

(c) comfort

(e) aud

(g) flamm

(i) enjoy

(k) avail

(m) notice

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(b) ed (d) vis

(f) leg

(h) flex (j) divis

(l) valu

(n) horr

Adjectives to Nouns 2. Change these list words from adjectives to nouns by adding ‘ility’; e.g. sensible – sensibility.

(a) reversible

(b) divisible

(c) available

(d) flammable

(e) visible

(f) digestible

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3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

osl. s fault. r c on a d A r a 1. Awfu excuse or p ided.

3. 2. 1. 5. 6.

4.

7.

m pl e

8.

10.

9. 11.

16.

13.

15.

12. 14.

g div ble to f bein 3. A o le apab 4. C ise. 7. W l. tiona food. cess 9. Ra o r p ble to 15. A d. ree. elaxe d or f 18. R ie p u nocc d. 19. U ende m m o ec seen. 20. R to be le b A 21.

sa

17.

18.

g

20.

in

19.

ew

21.

Down

2. Able to be changed or undone.

3. Able to adapt to a new situation.

5. Disregarded or lost.

6. To come apart.

8. Worth a great deal.

10. Able to be heard.

11. Pleasant.

12. Easily seen.

inar y. traord fire. 13. Ex set on to be le b A . 14. eaten ad. to be it F . o be re t 6 1 h g u o lear en 17. C

Antonyms

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The suffixes ‘able’ and ‘ible’ mean ‘capable of being’. The antonym of many words with these suffixes is made by adding the prefixes ‘im’, ‘in’, ‘un’, ‘il’ or ‘ir’. For example – capable - incapable.

4. Add prefixes to create antonyms.

(a) comfortable

(b) reasonable

(c) available

(d) reversible

(e) legible

(f) edible

(g) visible

(h) remarkable

(i) forgivable

(j) valuable

(k) audible

(l) flexible

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List Words Proofreading

available comfortable

5. Circle the eight spelling mistakes and rewrite the sentences correctly. It is remarcable to think how valubel the fotograff is that my nefew took of the meteor entering the atmosfere in Awgust. It would be adviseable and really sensibel to bank the money he received from several scientific magazines.

reasonable forgivable remarkable

advisable

noticeable

valuable

reversible

flexible

horrible digestible

m pl e

flammable

edible visible

Synonyms

sensible

sa

enjoyable

6. Write a list or revision word with a similar meaning.

legible

divisible

(c) detached

(d) chuckle

(e) dreadful

(f) priceless

(g) rational

(h) well-off

(i) elastic

(j) air

ew

separate

(b) combustible

(a) fear

in

forgotten

g

audible

Revision Words cough

Word Hunt

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laugh

draught

paragraph

7. Which list or revision word(s) ...

photograph

(a) has the long ‘u’ sound?

(b) have 5 vowels?

(c) is the 11th month of the year?

(d) has a soft ‘c’ sound in it?

atmosphere nephew phobia August November

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Word Search

in

Homophones

sa

enjoyable forgivable advisable reversible digestible sensible divisible cough paragraph nephew November forgotten flammable flexible audible phobia

g

available reasonable remarkable valuable horrible visible legible separate draught atmosphere August photograph comfortable noticeable edible laugh

u f p h v t h o h e e e e e a g p e h l i f o r g o t t e n l r l d h v a l u a b l e w b b e b v a a l d b j f A u g u z r b c s t a m a h i i e a a j a e l b i s i v m a j y p d s t g n q v l t m c q j m f f j o s e a a i b o h p a l g t k j o i b a r o i i o a o e l b r a s y i g e l n m g l a p a a l c o m f o r t a b l e t n e p h e w a n o t i c e a b l e N a k d b l a u d i b l e o i s o d e e d r z l e m j j h e l b i s r e v e s h x n e h o r r i b l e i o u x n e r x s a t h g u a r d l c a t w a p s u a u a f l e x i b l m j c l e h m r s h d i c p e l b a v i g r o f e k n i b q l h p a r g o t i b e h o h p t p e g f s f l r j f h g u o c v e l b a k r a m n d i v i s i b l e e e r f o d d p d m k x

m pl e

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

9. ‘Draught’ and ‘draft’ are homophones. Write a sentence showing the meaning of each. (a) draught

ew

(b) draft

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10. Two words have been jumbled together. Can you unjumble them?

(a) bcghovoreumeN

(b) eagileaseprtelb

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nal Act ivities

11. (a) Add as many w ords as you can to the lis t of ‘able’ w ords. (b) Add as many w ords as you can to the lis t of ‘ible’ wo rds. (c) Pick thre e words from each lis t and w r it e them in a mean ingful sentenc e.

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Unit 16

-ious, -ous

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

serious curious envious various ambitious

m pl e

precious conscious suspicious delicious anxious nervous famous jealous

sa

dangerous marvellous tremendous

g

fabulous generous

in

enormous numerous picture

ew

occurred

Missing Suffixes

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1. Fill in the missing suffixes to complete the list words.

(a) cur

(c) fabul

(e) nerv

(g) env

(i) delic

(k) enorm

(m) ser

(o) consc

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(b) ambit

(d) marvell

(f) prec

(h) fam

(j) gener

(l) var

Jumbled Words

2. Unjumble the list words.

(a) oidecilus

(b) crodcure

(c) ipescuro

(d) slamorvelu

(e) psuisiucos

(f) ritupec

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1. 2.

3.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

4. 5.

6.

Across

7.

3. Something drawn or painted.

7. Worried and tense.

10. Very appealing to the taste or the smell.

12. Huge.

13. Aware of.

15. Having strong desire for success.

18. Extremely good or successful.

9.

10.

m pl e

8.

11.

19. Many.

20. Very bad, dangerous.

21. Jealous.

22. Valuable, rare.

13.

15.

14.

16.

sa

12.

17.

18.

in

21.

g

19.

20.

22.

Down

ew

Vi

Adjectives

1. Happe ned, result ed. 2. Well-kn own. 4. Involvin g risk. 5. Amazin gly impress ive. 6. Wonde rful, superb . 8. Envious.

9. Willing to give mo ney, help, or time fre ely. 11. Distru stful. 14. Assort ed. 16. Appre hensive, tim id. 17. Inquis itive.

Adjectives are words that describe nouns.

4. The first 20 list words are all adjectives. Choose the list word that best describes these nouns.

(a) movie star

(b) detective

(c) criminal

(d) cheesecake

(e) jewellery

(f) wound

(g) elephant

(h) thunderclap

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List Words Missing Words

serious curious envious

5. Complete the sentences using list or revision words. parents sat close to their son’s bed

(a) The

precious

(b) It’s a

conscious

suspicious

(c)

types of pasta were available but I prefer

delicious

.

anxious

(d) The passenger demanded that the

(e) An

a

nervous famous jealous dangerous

waiting for him to become

enormous numerous picture

Adverbs

(a) close

(b) dangerous

(c) tremendous

(d) serious

(e) curious

(f) jealous

(g) ambitious

(h) anxious

(i) suspicious

(j) delicious

Letters into Words

money

7. Write six list or revision words using these letters. They may be used more than once.

journey

macaroni

taxi

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mystery

was spent on

6. Add ‘ly’ to these list or revision words to make adverbs.

Revision Words ability

on time for the boat.

by a little known artist.

ew

occurred

monkey

quay frighten close

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driver

amount of

g

generous

escaped

drive faster to get to the

in

fabulous

how that

from the zoo.

marvellous tremendous

.

m pl e

ambitious

sa

various

e

p

l

i

u

c

o t

s

r

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-ious, -ous

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

envious curious precious ambitious us suspicious delicio famous nervous ellous dangerous marv generous fabulous picture numerous mystery ability journey money quay taxi close

sa

serious various conscious anxious jealous tremendous enormous occurred monkey macaroni frighten

s u o l l e v r a m y r e t s y m o h j z i a d g y t o z u q u a y i t p g r c e s i f r i g h t e n y k y i r l l l e y j o u r n e y b n o d r o i q y y e k n o m z s c u g y y b c s u o r e m u n e u s o c k a y i s u o i r e s e r o u c o s s u o m r o n e i m r u i o r n u e s u o r e n e g a v t c i e s o l c s s u o m a f c o c e c u c l c v e n v i o u s a u i r i t i a o c c u r r e d y r s p p p a o e f a b u l o u s i o k u c s x u j a n x i o u s o u n v j j u i s d a n g e r o u s k i h n h s a m b i t i o u s e c d h h g q f e h t j s u o d n e m e r t w c

m pl e

Word Search

Antonyms

(b) open

(d) mean

(e) tasteless

(f) few

in

g

9. Write list or revision words with the opposite meaning.

(g) trusting

(h) funny

(i) tiny

(a) same

(c) unaware

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Alphabetical Order

10. Write in alphabetical order the list and revision words with eight or nine letters.

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Unit

-se, -ce, -o

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

chase sense release grease purchase

m pl e

increase surface bounce announce ambulance convince fierce tomato

sa

fiasco potato piano volcano

in

patio

g

echo

ratio

multimedia

ew

email

Missing Letters

1. Use ‘se’, ‘ce’ or ‘o’ to complete the list words.

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(a) relea

(c) convin

(e) potat

(g) grea

(i) rati

(k) increa

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(b) pati (d) ech (f) fier (h) ambulan

(j) pian

(l) sen

Small Words 2. Write the list words that contain these small words.

(a) rat

(b) ace

(c) mail

(d) has

(e) can

(f) mat

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-se, -ce, -o

2. 1.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

6. 4.

Across

3. 7.

5.

9.

10.

8.

12.

13.

11.

17.

16. 15.

20.

in

1. Violent or aggressive.

2. Message sent electronically from one computer user to another.

3. To buy.

ew

4. Transmission that combines different media of communication.

, , Boiled d e k a ? 14. B d Mashe rd b ey oa large k trument. A . h 5 g s 1 rou l in a vent th musica down tain with n u o p and u m e . v s o 5. A w va flo 17. M rmost tedly. which la empt repea or uppe rt a p e an att re. id in ts u e o u e g. purs aptu 6. Th somethin 19. To vertake or c ater in layer of re g o e o t m eco ake or b degree. 9. To m or t n u o . size, am us failure d ludicro n a l ta 10. A to

g

21.

Down

sa

19.

18.

14.

7. Proportion. 8. To make someone agree or understand. 11. One of the faculties of sigh t, smell, hearing, taste and touch. 12. A repetition of sound. 13. Thick oily substance. 15. A paved outdoor area adjoining a house. 16. A vehicle equipped to car ry sick or injured people. 18. Make known publicly. 20. A glossy red or yellow edib le fruit. 21. To set free.

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4. Complete the table. List Word

(a) surface

(b)

(c)

(d) purchase

(e)

(f)

(g)

Add ‘s’

Add ‘ing’

Add ‘ed’

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List Words chase sense

-se, -ce, -o

Suffixes 5. Use the suffixes ‘y’, ‘ly’, ‘ive’, ‘itive’, ‘ment’ or ‘ful’ to make a new word from these list or revision words. Use a dictionary to help.

release

(a) nourish

(b) fierce

grease

(c) sense

(d) expense

(e) disgrace

(f) astonish

(g) bounce

(h) announce

(i) grease

increase surface bounce

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purchase

announce ambulance convince fierce tomato

Missing Words

6. Complete the sentences using list or revision words. (a) The pupils were allowed to use all of the

potato

piano

(b) The motorbike skidded on the

echo

volcano

(c) It is my

multimedia

lying on the

of the road and hit a tree. ambition to a have a house with a

and a fantastic view over the sea.

(d) The

to his friend with his complaints about

work was a complete instead!

ew

email

.

g

ratio

present

to complete their presentations on the extinct

in

patio

sa

fiasco

Secret Words

Vi

7. Find the secret words.

as it was sent to his boss

Revision Words electrical personal

(a) Change ‘media’ to ‘plex’ in ‘multimedia’.

astonish

(b) Change ‘lance’ to ‘sh’ in ‘ambulance’.

nourish

(c) Change ‘age’ to ‘pipe’ in ‘drainage’.

breakage

(d) Change ‘ce’ to ‘y’ in ‘fierce’.

drainage

(e) Change ‘cano’ to ‘atile’ in ‘volcano’.

(f) Change ‘an’ to ‘pro’ in ‘announce’.

friendship championship ninety hundred

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Word Search 8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

Secret Code

(c)

b

d

e

h

i

l

m n

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

in

(a)

a

g

9. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words.

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release sense increase purchase announce bounce fierce convince potato fiasco volcano echo multimedia ratio personal electrical breakage nourish d friendship hundre championship

sa

chase grease surface ambulance tomato piano patio email astonish drainage ninety

y c d y e s m o a m g e f c o n v i n c b u l a n c e p r h i m u l t i m e o u e j p p w o c h a s e a z b e d i a o u u k v c s j s g r r d v y n t e e r l a c i r t c e l e t t a p a w c h n d o m s a o n l r t o u s p h s n e c t k n i a m o a w m k q a o i i t a z s i o z a a a n n e n n u f g i l o s d o n g p n l t e o n e p a s a e s u a y r y a c o t c t m r e r n e r c b e e a g r s e y e r d z g n i l b c f a j e a j p c n p y l s s o o r j e s l t u n u o d s b e h v u e e m t e p i h s n o i p m a s n i l a j a f r i e n d s h i p h c f x i c s n e h j l u e

(b)

11 6 1 9 10

(d)

ew

11 10 14 1 14 10

(e)

(f)

13 4 9 13 4

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Rhyming Words

10. Write list or revision words that rhyme with these words.

(a) pierce

(b) flourish

(c) dense

(d) advantage

(e) numerical

(f) criminal

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p

r

s

t

u

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

5 15 9 3 12 4 3

4 8 1 6 7

11 4 12 13 10 9 1 7

Additio

nal Act ivities

11. (a) Sort the list word s accord ing to th e number of vowe ls they h a v e. (b) Write a meanin gfu sentenc e conta l ining ea of the lis ch t words. (c) Write a pa contain ragraph ing six lis t words.

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Summer

List Words

Practise

Practise

T

D

traveller cheque exchange luggage carousel

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foreign hurricane tsunami typhoon abroad heatwave humidity sultry

sa

malaria terminal sweat thermometer

in

degree

g

centigrade

mosquito

thousand

ew

double

Shape Sorter

Vi

1. Write the list or revision word that fits in each shape.

(a)

(b)

(c)

Match Endings 2. Match the beginnings of the words to the endings. Write each word.

(a) tsun •

• cane

(b) dou •

• gage

(c) sul •

• ami

(d) lug •

• aria

(e) hurri •

• ble

(f) mal •

• try

(d)

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1.

3. Use list words to solve the crossword.

Across

5. 4. 3.

2.

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7.

6.

9.

yment. D. oAwwrn itten pa ers

8. 10.

g 12. passen 11. Where e v a le nd arrive a 15. from. ic r e h p s Atmo 4. . moisture storm. e of big p y t A 0. 5. 16. imes 10 t 0 1 t a 7. h ct t An inse 8. . bites. countr y 18. nother a f s O ho goe 9. erson w p A . 12 e place from on r. he to anot ture empera t f o it n Au 14. ment. quito. measure by mos d e t it nsm Illness tra 17. storm. ropical t A . 2 2

1 3.

14.

sa

13.

17.

g

19.

20.

21.

22.

ew

in

2. Perspiration. 6. Measures temperature. 10. Large, destructive wave. 11. Hot and damp. 13. Money transfer between two currencies. 15. Overseas. 16. Two times. 18. Unit of a measuring scale. 19. Suitcases, trunks. 20. A revolving machine. 21. Unusually hot weather.

Vertical Challenge

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4. (a) Write answers to each clue in the correct horizontal place on the grid.

• clamminess (8)

• opposite of native (7)

• small biting insect (8)

• overseas (6)

• tourist (9)

• perspire (5)

(b) Write the word in the highlighted vertical column.

(c) Write a clue for this word.

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List Words traveller

Summer

Secret Code 5. Use the secret code to find the list or revision words.

cheque

a

exchange luggage

c

d

e

h

i

k

l

m n

a c

d

e h i k l m n o p q r s t u

carousel

More than one mosquito

foreign

through the sultry

hurricane

The humidity

tsunami

typhoon

for his suitcase

his snorkel

humidity sultry malaria terminal sweat centigrade

in the airport made him sweat

. He could hardly wait to unpack

6. Use a dictionary to find more words beginning with ‘therm’, ‘cent’ and ‘octo’.

(c) octo

in

g

mosquito

ew

What do these prefixes mean?

Missing Vowels

7. Fill in the missing vowels to make list words.

suitcase

(a) f

snorkel

(c) c

(e)

(g) t

rm

(i) m

l

oxygen

(k) ch

Australia

(m) c

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octopus

security

y

and head to the ocean

prefixes

(b) cent

depth

w

y

terminal

.

pier

u w

bit him as he rushed

degree

ocean

t

in search of the blue-ringed octopus

(a) therm

Revision Words

s

double

r

as he checked the carousel

thermometer

thousand

q

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heatwave

p

sa

abroad

o

r

gn

r

s

xch

ng n

(d)

(f) h

m

(h) d

gr

(j) h

rr

q nt

l

l

r gr

tw

(b) h

d

br

(l) th

(n) tr

v

v d

d

ty

c

n

s

nd

ll

r

Greece

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Unit 18

Word Search

traveller

8. Find the list and revision words in the word search.

degree

typhoon

abroad sweat

hurricane

d c d o u heatwave h u m m a l a d

c k b i r g

q p

k y l d i b o G

h

q l t u a i e m j k

q t s n

h

in

x t l b f e k e s n a n d j c f y p e b f s

y q u r j x u e m o s q u i t o n y g h j s c

o g t g o m c e c o r r q v b t n x e d r u h z

g

9. Choose every third letter and then rearrange them to make a list or revision word.

foreign

ew

e

v

d

Small Words

c

c e r g a o h n e i k m x i z s s c h i i e

t n e a d v a t d t e g z n o o h p y t q j

Vi (a) sun

(b) eat

(c) or

(d) quit

(e) road

(f) and

(g) car

(h) try

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centigrade

terminal

er thermomet

10. Write the list or revision word that contain these small words.

malaria

cheque

humidity

tsunami

o h t g i y n u g r l l e s u o r a c u l d w h

k p u e e o r g a k k e z e v a w t a e h t j t

r m m u r m m j d e w r r q v z d n a s u o h t p o

x v g h s r o e v a j k t e m t m d n e

sa

Word Worm Anagram

b o e i a i l a r t s u A s s g e e q j i c

e

exchang

luggage

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carousel

sultry

11. (a)

mosquito

e j o

i m s n m d a z l r y g m y

octopus

suitcase

y c r w g s e t j l i o s v

z q a e q u w u n e e t e h

m i y z s n d l a q i d t x e j h n f a h e s l t r s h f k o q r k n t u x s z j v k q g a t r

p e n i f o v m y n a v y k

u g i k b v h h i m m v t

r m r x s w k i

double

e e r e t x w h t m i j

pier

thousand security

ocean m t e

Australi

a oxygen

k m i snorkel depth e d w r d c e a n e f y Greece g w i z p u p

Additio

nal Act ivities

Write a li st of cap ital cities continen in the ts of Nort h and So (b) u th Americ List these a. cities und er their c (c) ountries. Write the main lan guage th these co e natives untries sp of eak.

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Practise

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sa

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sa

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My spelling Dictionary Aa to Ii

sa

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Aa Bb Cc Ff

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in

g

Dd Ee

Gg Hh

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My spelling Dictionary Jj to Rr

Ll

sa

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Jj Kk

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in

g

Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr

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My spelling Dictionary Ss to Zz

sa

m pl e

Ss Tt Uu

Vi

ew

in

g

Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

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My Test scores

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Colour the bar chart to show your test score for each unit.

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