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Easily affected by emotion is an emotional person.

Words beginning with el...

Practise your spellings with this KS3 quiz. "The greatest masterpiece in literature is only a dictionary out of order." - Jean Cocteau.

Did you know that a dictionary is not like a rule book for language? Instead, it preserves and stores knowledge about how people use language. This is because language changes over time and words change too, in their definitions, in their pronunciation and in their spelling. Good dictionaries show how particular words have been used at different times in history, so that you can see exactly how they have changed and all of the different shades of meaning they express.

New words are also added to the dictionary every year. For example, dozens of new words were added to the Oxford English Dictionary in 2017, including the noun, "hatemonger". It's useful to check dictionary definitions of words you don't know, but it's also important to pay attention to context so that you understand how a word is being used.

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1.
Click the correct answer for the following definition.
A person's internal state of being and involuntary physiological response
emotion
emotiun
emoshion
emotien
The words "emotion" and "emotional" are related
2.
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Incitement to action or to practice
encurridgement
encouragement
encouraigment
encoragement
If you can spell "encourage", you will not have any trouble with "encouragement"
3.
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The movement of a person or persons out of a country or national region, for the purpose of permanent relocation of residence
emargration
emigration
emergration
emurgration
Avoid confusing "emigration" with "immigration" (e- means "out" and im- means "in")
4.
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A reference work (often in several volumes) containing in-depth articles on various topics
encyclopeedia
encyclopedier
encyclopaedier
encyclopaedia
Remembering the ae digraph can be difficult
5.
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The work or occupation for which one is paid
employmant
emmploymunt
employment
enploymant
Replace three letters with two and you will have a word meaning "pleasure". Do you need a minute or two? Here............................................Still not got it? Replace the -mpl- with -nj- and you get "enjoyment"!
6.
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To mentally support; to motivate, give courage, hope or spirit
encorage
encurridge
encouraig
encourage
Can you see the word "courage" in "encourage"?
7.
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Science based on electrons and their behaviour; also devices utilising this
elecktronick
electronec
elektronic
electronic
Just add an -ic to "electron"!
8.
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To disrupt somebody's composure or comfort
embarrass
embarass
embbarass
embaras
Remember the double r and double s
9.
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Any of the more than 100 known substances that cannot be separated into simpler substances
eliment
elimant
element
ellerment
Elemental, my dear....
10.
Click the correct answer for the following definition.
Easily affected by emotion. 'She's an e--------- person'
emotienel
emotional
emoshional
emotiunal
If you can spell "emotion", you just need to remember the -al suffix to spell "emotional"
Author:  Sheri Smith

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