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Words beginning with ev...
The process of a liquid converting to the gaseous state is evaporation.

Words beginning with ev...

Eventually, evolution will itself evolve. Test your spelling knowledge of words beginning at ev in this KS3 quiz.

"As far as I'm concerned, the only difference between fact and what most people call fiction is about fifteen pages in the dictionary." - Charles de Lint.

Did you know that the words "figment", "fiction" and "feign" are all related? The link between them is the Latin verb fingere, which means "to fashion" or "to mould". "Fact", like "fiction", also derives from a Latin word, but in this case it's factum, which means an action or event, among other possibilities. Of course, the same words are used to recount a real-life event, or fact, as to concoct an imaginary, or fictional, event. Attempting to capture the truth of an event in language is a difficult business, a translation from deeds to words.

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1.
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Physical activity intended to improve strength and fitness
exacise
exercise
exercies
excercise
Remember to keep the c and the s the right way round!
2.
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A statement that makes something comprehensible
explanation
explenation
explarnation
explernation
The words "explain" and "explanation" are related. As with the pair "exclaim" and "exclamation", what has happened to the i of "explain"?
3.
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Sudden expression of sound or words indicative of emotion, as in surprise
exclamation
exclemation
exclaimatien
exclaimation
Did you know that "exclaim" and "exclamation" are related? What happens to the i of "exclaim"?
4.
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Anything admitted by a court to prove or disprove alleged matters of fact in a trial
evidance
evedence
evidence
evidunce
The adjective "evident" is related to the noun, "evidence"
5.
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The process of a liquid converting to the gaseous state
evapiration
evapuration
evaperation
evaporation
If you can spell "evaporate", you should have no trouble with "evaporation"
6.
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An assessment, such as an annual personnel performance review
evaluation
evaluatien
evaliuation
evalueation
The words "evaluate" and "evaluation" are related. The root, "value", loses its -e when -ation is added
7.
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The action of leaving. 'He made his e------ at the opportune time'
ecsit
exit
excite
exsit
Short and sweet!
8.
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A facial appearance usually associated with an emotion
expression
expressiun
ecspression
expresion
Remember the double s
9.
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Chemical process in which one atom, ion or group changes place with another
exchange
ecschainge
exchaing
exchainge
You can think of this word as ex- plus "change"
10.
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A large scale public showing of objects or products
exibition
exhibition
exabition
exerbition
Watch out for the h!
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