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Spelling:  -le
My cousin thinks poodles are completely adorable.

Spelling: -le

Are angels and angles the same? Hopefully your teacher has never asked you to measure the angels in a triangle! Many, many English words end in '-le' or 'el', and some end in '-al'. Knowing the difference will make your writing legible, sensible and easy to read.

Check your spelling with this English quiz.

Choose the correct spellings for each sentence.
  1. Bird lovers sometimes have trouble with ....... stealing the food from the bird ........
  2. The ....... is perfectly adapted for ....... in the harsh desert environment.
  3. The ....... of water from the overflowing kitchen sink slowly formed a giant .......
  4. The ....... was so funny, it made me ....... many times.
  5. My cousin thinks ....... are completely ........
  6. Can you read the ....... on that .......?
  7. An enormous golden ....... settled in the ....... of the classroom.
  8. The children were excited to be going to the ....... for the annual ........
  9. He wrapped up the ....... and the ....... in a neat ....... to give to his new neighbour.
  10. As the 1,000 piece jigsaw ....... slowly took shape, they began to see its dramatic ....... scene.

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