Learn two spelling rules: the “-y” to -”ies” rule (country-countries, party-parties) and the “-f” to “-ves” rule (half-halves, knife-knives, wife-wives).
In this spelling rules lesson, learn when, why, and how to add “-ly” to words to create adverbs like slowly, possibly, uneasily, and lovely.
Apple, staple, title, kettle, trifle. Find out why we spell some of these with a single consonants, some with double consonants, and others with “-ckle.”
Why does English have four ways to spell the “K” sound? In this spelling rules lesson, examine the reasons for the "-ck," "-ic," "-k," and "-ke" spellings.
Words with "ie" and "ei" letter patterns are tricky to spell! In this lesson from How to Spell, explore the rules that dictate when to use “ie” or “ei.”
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