I hope 2017 is the year all your dreams, goals and ambitions come true.

Remember to keep working at your spelling, and it will improve.


1. Why do we have double/ or single letters before –le?

apple but not maple

3. Why do we write –ck, –k or –ke at the end of words when they sound the same? For example, luck, cheek, make.

4. Why do we keep the ‘e’ in manageable and noticeable, but drop the ‘e’ with other –able words like believable and excitable.

5. What’s the difference between hoping and hopping?

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Best wishes




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