Words beginning with lo...
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Words beginning with lo...

Loose and lose are often misspelled words. Practise spelling KS3 words beginning at lo to improve your writing skills.

"They put me on television. And the whole thing broke loose. It was wild, I tall ya for sure." - Elvis Presley.

Teachers often discourage their students from using the word "thing" because it is unspecific. Speaking and writing are more effective when words are chosen with precision. Yet sometimes the non-specific can be poetic. When Presley says, "the whole thing broke loose", his audience must use their imaginations to have an idea what he might mean. What exactly "broke loose"? Does he mean his own music, the music studio, the music industry, tradition, America, the whole world? "Thing" is, in fact, a very useful word, so you will not be surprised to know that it has existed in English for a long time, and was being used well over a thousand years ago.

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  1. Click the correct answer for the following definition.
    A mechanical or electrical device that performs or assists in the performance of human tasks
    The -ch- can be surprising
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    Lacking companions or companionship
    "Lonely" is formed from "lone" plus the -ly suffix
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    Appealing to the emotions as well as the eye
    You can remember "lovely" as "love" plus -ly
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    A periodical publication
    The a of the unstressed, second syllable is the letter to remember
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    A military rank between captain and lieutenant colonel
    Watch out for the o!
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    A particular place in physical space
    The words "local", "location" and "locate" are related
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    An animal characterized by being warm-blooded, having hair and feeding milk to its young
    Remember the double m
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    The geographic coordinate for east-west measurement
    The first part of the word looks like "long", but is pronounced differently
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    The action or process of making goods systematically or on a large scale
    Manu- comes from manus, the Latin word for "hand". You find the same root in "manipulate" and "manuscript"
  10. Click the correct answer for the following definition.
    The words of a song
    Did you know that the word "lyric" is related to the musical instrument, the lyre?

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