Spelling Rules

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Rule 4
Vowels a, e, i, o, u,
usually say “a”, “e”,
“o”, “u” at the end of a
Example: me, go, mu sic, a way, be long
Rule 17
We often double the l, f, s following a
single vowel at the end of a one
syllable word
Example: will, off, glass, roll
Rule 19
Vowels i and o may say “i” and “o”
if followed by two consonants
Example: find, old, post
Rule 25
c-k is used only after
a single
vowel which says “a”, “e”, “i”, “o”, “u”
Example: back, deck, pick, rock, duck
Rule 27
Z (never s) is used
to say “z” at the beginning of a base word
Example: zip, zoo, ze ro
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