Review the basic concepts behind the English language before mastering spelling! How to Spell breaks down some key terms for discussing words and letters.
The silent (or magic!) 'e' makes a huge difference to the meaning and pronunciation of words. This lesson shows you how it works and why it's necessary.
English spelling gets a bit unpredictable when suffixes like “ing,” “y,” or “ly” are introduced. In this lesson, learn when to drop the “E” from a root word!
The 1:1:1 doubling up spelling rule is about doubling up the end consonant in words such as: big/bigger, stop/stopped, begin/beginning, and slim/slimmer.
In this spelling rules lesson, learn how and when to add “-es” to nouns to make plurals, and how to add “es” to verbs to conjugate in the third person.
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