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Words beginning with cons...
To be alert and awake is to be conscious.

Words beginning with cons...

Are you conscious of your conscience? Practise spelling words beginning at cons in this KS3 quiz.

"Take care that you never spell a word wrong. Always before you write a word, consider how it is spelled, and, if you do not remember, turn to a dictionary. It produces great praise to a lady to spell well." - Thomas Jefferson to his daughter.

Well, ladies, you heard the man! It is true that people often judge spelling mistakes harshly, assuming that the person making the mistake is careless, ignorant, or ill-read. Somehow spelling mistakes take on a much greater significance than perhaps they should. English, as you already know, is very frequently not spelled phonetically and it takes enormous powers of memory to spell without errors. While it is not necessarily good for your writing to pause and consider each word, as Jefferson recommends, it is true that regular practice will improve your spelling. Whether it is especially ladylike to spell well might be a question better left to Jefferson's era and social milieu.

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1.
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Opposition between two conflicting forces or ideas
contridiction
contradictien
contrerdiction
contradiction
"Contradict" and "contradiction" are related
2.
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The system of primary principles and laws that regulates a government
constitootion
constitutien
constertution
constitution
The i of the unstressed second syllable is the most difficult part of the word to remember
3.
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A line on a map delineating those points which have the same altitude
contor
contour
contoure
contoor
The letter combination -our can be a tricky part of the word to remember
4.
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A result of a preceding event or act
consecuence
consequence
consequense
consequents
Engage your brain cells with this word: the s, q, and c are tricky!
5.
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Without break, cessation or interruption
conntinuous
continuous
continuers
continuaus
If you can spell "continue", you will have an advantage with "continuous"
6.
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'The c-------------- right of free speech'
constitootional
constertutional
constitutienal
constitutional
"Constitutional" is the adjective related to the noun, "constitution"
7.
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Subject matter; substance
content
contente
conntent
conntente
"Content" is the spelling for a pair of homonyms. In addition to the definition above, "content" also refers to a state of satisfaction
8.
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A speech sound caused by obstructing the breath
consernant
concernant
conconant
consonant
The a of the final unstressed syllable is the tricky bit
9.
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To make a proposition which is logically incompatible with another proposition
contridict
contradict
contrerdict
contradicte
"Contra-" means "against"
10.
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Alert, awake
consious
conshious
conscous
conscious
How many other words with a -cious ending can you name? Delicious, suspicious, malicious....
Author:  Sheri Smith

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