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									     set 1 short 'a'
 1   apple
 2   cat
 3   fat
 4   mash
 5   splash
 6   latch
 7   lamp
 8   bat
 9   last
10   back

     set 2 short 'e'
 1   egg
 2   hen
 3   help
 4   bed
 5   fed
 6   led
 7   ten
 8   men
 9   get
10   Ben

     set 3 short 'ea'
 1   bread
 2   dead
 3   ready
 4   head
 5   heavy
 6   heaven
 7   jealous
 8   deaf
 9   breath
10   health

     set 4 short 'i'
 1   insect
 2   pin
 3   thin
 4   thing
 5   think
 6   thick
 7   pig
 8   lick
 9   kick
10   Mick

     set 5 short 'o'
1 orange
2 lot
 3   long
 4   lost
 5   pond
 6   hop
 7   mop
 8   pop
 9   top
10   dog

     set 6 short 'u'
 1   umbrella
 2   hut
 3   jump
 4   crust
 5   up
 6   but
 7   Mum
 8   cup
 9   cut
10   hut

     set 7 '-ay' words (long 'a')
 1   say
 2   play
 3   day
 4   may
 5   way
 6   spray
 7   pray
 8   sway
 9   holiday
10   pay

     set 8 long vowel 'a-e'
 1   make
 2   hate
 3   late
 4   mate
 5   name
 6   made
 7   same
 8   cane
 9   cake
10   date

     set 9 '-ai- words (long 'a')
1    train
2    snail
3    rain
4    paid
5    tail
 6   paint
 7   paint
 8   Spain
 9   stain
10   again

     set 10 long 'ee' words
 1   wheel
 2   beet
 3   feet
 4   fleet
 5   meet
 6   sheet
 7   sleet
 8   sweet
 9   see
10   free

     set 11 long 'y'
 1   mercy
 2   happy
 3   carry
 4   hurry
 5   baby
 6   study
 7   lady
 8   body
 9   easy
10   lazy

     set 12 'ea'
 1   sea
 2   lead
 3   read
 4   dream
 5   each
 6   teach
 7   eat
 8   tea
 9   team
10   cheap


     set 13 long 'igh' (medially)
1    tight
2    bright
3    flight
4    fright
5    high
6    slight
7    light
 8 might
 9 night
10 sight


     set14 'i-e' (long 'i')
 1   pipe
 2   ripe
 3   pine
 4   fine
 5   dine
 6   wine
 7   spine
 8   bite
 9   spite
10   ride

     set 15 long 'ie' in the final position
 1   pie
 2   tie
 3   lie
 4   die
 5   Amie
 6   Auntie
 7   brie
 8   budgie
 9   calorie
10   indie


     set 16 long 'ow' (finally)
 1   show
 2   blow
 3   flow
 4   know
 5   bow
 6   crow
 7   flow
 8   grow
 9   low
10   mow

     set17 'o-e' (long 'o')
 1   code
 2   cope
 3   hope
 4   mope
 5   note
 6   pope
 7   rode
 8   robe
 9 slope
10 bloke

     set 18 long '-oa-' (medially)
 1   moan
 2   soap
 3   boat
 4   coat
 5   float
 6   throat
 7   road
 8   goal
 9   loaf
10   loan



     set 19 long '-oo-' (medially)
 1   zoo
 2   too
 3   food
 4   pool
 5   moon
 6   spoon
 7   soon
 8   swoon
 9   balloon
10   baboon

     set 20 'u-e' (long 'u')
 1   cube
 2   tube
 3   mute
 4   cute
 5   chute
 6   plume
 7   use
 8   fuse
 9   Luke
10   pure

     set 21 'ue' (finally)
 1   blue
 2   clue
 3   due
 4   glue
 5   sue
 6   true
 7   value
 8   Tuesday
 9   avenue
10   rescue
     set 22 long '-ew'
 1   flew
 2   new
 3   view
 4   blew
 5   drew
 6   chew
 7   crew
 8   grew
 9   screw
10   threw

     set 22b 'oo'
 1   look
 2   book
 3   cook
 4   took
 5   hook
 6   nook
 7   shook
 8   foot
 9   crook
10   brook

     set 23 'ar'
 1   garden
 2   start
 3   car
 4   charm
 5   park
 6   shark
 7   smart
 8   scar
 9   arm
10   bark

     set 24 'or'
 1   for
 2   born
 3   torn
 4   storm
 5   short
 6   sport
 7   fork
 8   north
 9   corner
10   horse

     set 25 'oor'
1 door
 2   floor
 3   poor
 4   moor
 5   poorly
 6   flooring
 7   hooray
 8   tandoori
 9   trapdoor
10   backdoor

     set 26 'ore'
 1   adore
 2   store
 3   foresee
 4   ignore
 5   shore
 6   roar
 7   forehead
 8   score
 9   explore
10   gore

     set 27 'aw'
 1   claw
 2   draw
 3   jaw
 4   law
 5   paw
 6   raw
 7   saw
 8   straw
 9   lawn
10   yawn

     set 28 'au'
 1   because
 2   sauce
 3   fault
 4   laundry
 5   August
 6   autumn
 7   author
 8   Paul
 9   caution
10   auction

     set 29 'air'
1    stair
2    dairy
3    pair
4    fair
 5   flair
 6   hair
 7   upstairs
 8   repair
 9   raid
10   lair

     set 30 'are'
 1   bare
 2   care
 3   fare
 4   scare
 5   stare
 6   mare
 7   spare
 8   aware
 9   careful
10   flare

     set 31 'ir'
 1   girl
 2   fir
 3   sir
 4   stir
 5   bird
 6   third
 7   dirt
 8   flirt
 9   shirt
10   skirt

     set 32 'ur'
 1   fur
 2   burn
 3   burst
 4   turn
 5   church
 6   curl
 7   turf
 8   nurse
 9   purse
10   curtain

     set 33 'er'
1    her
2    fern
3    stern
4    herb
5    verb
6    sister
7    silver
 8 servant
 9 expert
10 herd

     set 34 'ou'
 1   shout
 2   loud
 3   trout
 4   out
 5   foul
 6   amount
 7   count
 8   about
 9   south
10   mouth

     set 35 'ow'
 1   brow
 2   cow
 3   how
 4   now
 5   vow
 6   allow
 7   brown
 8   crown
 9   down
10   drown

     set 36 'oy'
 1   boy
 2   joy
 3   toy
 4   annoy
 5   destroy
 6   employ
 7   enjoy
 8   convoy
 9   Troy
10   Roy

     set 37 'oi'
 1   choice
 2   voice
 3   moise
 4   joist
 5   toilet
 6   exploit
 7   avoid
 8   poison
 9   ointment
10   hoist
     set 38 'ire'
 1   fire
 2   sire
 3   wire
 4   hire
 5   dire
 6   mire
 7   admire
 8   backfire
 9   barbwire
10   bonfire

     set 39 'ear'
 1   earn
 2   learn
 3   early
 4   search
 5   earth
 6   heard
 7   Earl
 8   pearl
 9   research
10   hearse

     set 40 'ure'
 1   pure
 2   cure
 3   lure
 4   sure
 5   adventure
 6   assure
 7   capture
 8   closure
 9   culture
10   cure
Level 3
Past and present tense
          Verb                                    Past
          (infinitive)                            simple
                                                  form

          set 1                                   set 2
      1   fix                                1    fixed
      2   talk                               2    talked
      3   climb                              3    climbed
      4   talk                               4    talked
      5   stretch                            5    stretched
      6   wash                               6    washed
      7   walk                               7    walked
      8   follow                             8    followed
      9   power                              9    powered
     10   abandon                           10    abandoned

          (When the root ends in '-e', the addition of '-d' makes '-ed')
          set 3                                   set 4 ('-y' to '-ied')
      1   hope                               1    cry
      2   decide                             2    cried
      3   promise                            3    reply
      4   shape                              4    replied
      5   hoped                              5    deny
      6   decided                            6    denied
      7   promised                           7    study
      8   shaped                             8    studied
      9   bore                               9    rely
     10   bored                             10    relied

          set 4                                   set 5
          After a short vowel double the consonant
      1   hop                                1    hopped
      2   rob                                2    robbed
      3   pat                                3    patted
      4   scan                               4    scanned
      5   tar                                5    tarred
      6   refer                              6    referred
      7   stir                               7    stirred
      8   occur                              8    occurred
      9   stop                               9    stopped
     10   slap                              10    slapped

          set 6
          irregular verbs
      1   become                              6   became
      2   begin                               7   began
      3   break                               8   broke
      4   bring                               9   brought
5 build       10 built

    set 7
1   buy        6   bought
2   catch      7   caught
3   choose     8   chose
4   come       9   came
5   cost      10   cost

    set 8
1   cut        6   cut
2   do         7   did
3   draw       8   drew
4   drink      9   drank
5   drive     10   drove

    set 9
1   eat        6   ate
2   fall       7   fell
3   feed       8   fed
4   feel       9   felt
5   fight     10   fought

    set 10
1   find       6   found
2   fly        7   flew
3   forget     8   forgot
4   forgive    9   forgave
5   get       10   got

    set 11
1   give       6   gave
2   go         7   went
3   grow       8   grew
4   have       9   had
5   hear      10   heard

    set 12
1   hide       6   hid
2   hit        7   hit
3   hold       8   held
4   know       9   knew
5   learn     10   learned

    set 13
1   leave      6   left
2   lend       7   lent
3   lose       8   lost
4   make       9   made
5   mean      10   meant
    set 14
1   meet          6   met
2   pay           7   paid
3   put           8   put
4   read          9   read
5   ride         10   rode

    set 15
1   rise          6   rose
2   run           7   ran
3   say           8   said
4   see           9   saw
5   sell         10   sold

    set 16
1   send          6   sent
2   set           7   set
3   show          8   showed
4   sing          9   sang
5   sit          10   sat

    set 17
1   sleep         6   slept
2   speak         7   spoke
3   spend         8   spent
4   stand         9   stood
5   steal        10   stole

    set 18
1   swim          6   swam
2   take          7   took
3   teach         8   taught
4   tell          9   told
5   think        10   thought

    set 19
1   throw         6   threw
2   understand    7   understood
3   wear          8   wore
4   win           9   won
5   write        10   wrote
     Level 4:
     Plurals and adverbs
     plurals add '-s'
     set 1
 1   ashes
 2   ropes
 3   horses
 4   tunes
 5   tables
 6   brothers
 7   houses
 8   cats
 9   badges
10   cases

     set 2
 1   spoons
 2   chairs
 3   eyes
 4   scales
 5   warriors
 6   membranes
 7   trees
 8   girls
 9   meals
10   schools

     set 3
 1   sisters
 2   words
 3   books
 4   cards
 5   dogs
 6   cars
 7   rulers
 8   games
 9   trainers
10   desks

     add '-es' (words ending -ch,-x,-sh,-ss, 'hissing, slushing & buzzing' words)
     set 4
1    churches
2    faxes
3    sandwiches
4    quizes
5    benches
6    matches
7    catches
8    heroes
 9 torches
10 echoes

     set 5
 1   boxes
 2   bushes
 3   dishes
 4   foxes
 5   lunches
 6   patches
 7   watches
 8   mixes
 9   dresses
10   wishes

 1 set 6
 2   witches
 3   ditches
 4   foxes
 5   boxes
 6   glasses
 7   sandwiches
 8   brushes
 9   messes
10   riches

     some words ending in '-o', add '-es'
     set 7
 1   potatoes
 2   tomatoes
 3   cargoes
 4   echoes
 5   heroes
 6   volcanoes
 7   torpedoes
 8   mangoes
 9   haloes
10   banjoes

     change '-f' to '-v' and add '-es' ( words ending -f, '-fe')
     set 8
 1   scarves
 2   thieves
 3   halves
 4   wolves
 5   loaves
 6   leaves
 7   wives
 8   lives
 9   selves
10   calves
     words ending in 'consonant,-y', change '-y' to '-ie' and add '-s'
     set 9
 1   armies
 2   fairies
 3   donkies
 4   families
 5   parties
 6   stories
 7   enemies
 8   daisies
 9   cries
10   rubies

     set 10
 1   puppies
 2   ponies
 3   trollies
 4   jellies
 5   bunnies
 6   berries
 7   pennies
 8   journies
 9   bodies
10   seventies

     words ending in a vowel and '-y', add '-s'
     set 11
 1   valleys
 2   keys
 3   monkeys
 4   days
 5   boys
 6   toys
 7   plays
 8   trays
 9   jays
10   ways

     irregular plurals
     set 12
1    feet
2    teeth
3    children
4    mice
5    geese
6    deer
7    brethren
8    men
9    women
10 sheep

     adverbs if the word makes sense on its own, add '-ly'
     set 13
 1   quietly
 2   magically
 3   loudly
 4   poorly
 5   nicely
 6   sweetly
 7   quickly
 8   strongly
 9   hardly
10   carefully

     set 14
 1   lovely
 2   stupidly
 3   finally
 4   fortunately
 5   generally
 6   financially
 7   gratefully
 8   slowly
 9   shyly
10   comically

     most adjectives ending in '-e', remove '-e' and add '-y'
     set 15
 1   simply
 2   probably
 3   miserably
 4   possibly
 5   incredibly
 6   acceptable
 7   possibly
 8   honourably
 9   believably
10   abominably

     if an adjective ends in '-y' change the '-y' to '-i' then add '-ly'
     set 16
 1   shabbily
 2   crazily
 3   readily
 4   steadily
 5   grumpily
 6   angrily
 7   funnily
 8   skilfully
 9   greedily
10 scarily

     If an adjective ends in '-ic' , add' -ally'
     set 17
 1   fantastically
 2   classically
 3   poetically
 4   magically
 5   historically
 6   frantically
 7   topically
 8   logically
 9   tragically
10   musically

     set 18
 1   publically
 2   comically
 3   basically
 4   critically
 5   frantically
 6   drastically
 7   cosmetically
 8   electrically
 9   athletically
10   heroically
     set 1
     antonym prefix 'in-' (means 'not')
 1   inaccurate
 2   inactive
 3   inattentive
 4   incapable
 5   inconvenient
 6   incredible
 7   indecent
 8   inaccessible
 9   inability
10   inefficient

     set 2
     antonym prefix 'im-' (means 'not') Note: adding a pre-fix can create a double consonant
 1   impatient
 2   impolite
 3   impractical
 4   improbable
 5   improper
 6   immature
 7   immobile
 8   impossible
 9   immeasurable
10   immodest

     set 3
     anonym prefix 'non-' (means 'not/opposite of')
 1   non-drip
 2   non-fiction
 3   nonsense
 4   non-smoker
 5   non-starter
 6   non-stick
 7   non-stop
 8   non-violent
 9   non-combatant
10   non-flammable

     set 4
     anonym prefix 'un-' (means 'not/opposite of')
1    unfounded
2    unfortunate
3    unhelpful
4    unlikely
5    unrealistic
6    unreasonable
7    uncomfortable
8    unnatural
9    untidy
10 unpunctual

     set 5
     antonym prefix 'mis-' (means 'wrong/false')
 1   miscount
 2   misdeal
 3   misfortune
 4   mishear
 5   misinform
 6   misinform
 7   misplace
 8   misread
 9   mistake
10   misbehave

     set 6
     antonym prefix 'anti-' (means 'against')
 1   antibiotic
 2   antibody
 3   anticlimax
 4   antisocial
 5   anticlockwise
 6   anticyclone
 7   antifreeze
 8   antihero
 9   antiseptic
10   antiauthoritarian

     set 7
     antonym prefix 'ir-' (means 'not')
 1   irrational
 2   irregular
 3   irresistible
 4   irresponsible
 5   irreplaceable
 6   irreclaimable
 7   irreconcilable
 8   irrelevant
 9   irreligious
10   irresistible

     set 8
     antonym prefix 'il-' (means ' not')
 1   illegal
 2   illegible
 3   illiterate
 4   illogical
 5   illegitimate
 6   illiberal
 7   illimitable
 8
 9
10

     set 9
     inflectional suffix '-ing' (where the root ends in a single '-e', remove the 'e'/change '-ie' to '-y' before adding '-in
 1   taking
 2   hoping
 3   hurrying
 4   ruling
 5   riding
 6   talking
 7   eating
 8   seeing
 9   dying
10   lying

     set 10
     shun' suffixes '-sion' (when root word ends '-d/de/s/se') often changes a verb to a noun
 1   explosion
 2   revision
 3   confusion
 4   precision
 5   fusion
 6   conclusion
 7   decision
 8   exclusion
 9   inclusion
10   invasion

     set 11
     shun' suffixes '-cian' (when root word ends in '-c' - often relate to occupation)
 1   optician
 2   magician
 3   dietician
 4   electrician
 5   musician
 6   politician
 7   physician
 8
 9
10

     set 12
     shun' suffixes '-tion' (used after a long vowel & the most common ending) often changes a verb to a noun
1    reduction
2    invitation
3    education
4    completion
5    competition
 6   direction
 7   exploitation
 8   celebration
 9   citation
10   election

     set 13
     suffix '-ible' (mostly added when the root does not form a whole word)
 1   visible
 2   audible
 3   invincible
 4   edible
 5   credible
 6   compatible
 7   ostensible
 8   possible
 9   permissible
10   incredible

     set 14
     suffix '-able' (added when root makes sense alone, when the root ends in '-e' generally the '-e' is deleted) often
 1   destructable
 2   adorable
 3   breakable
 4   enjoy
 5   reasonable
 6   respectable
 7   renewable
 8   understandable
 9   agreeable
10   disposable

     set 15
     more derivational suffixes, note removal of final '-e': '-al' (to make a noun from a verb), '-ous' (to make an adje
 1   survival
 2   proposal
 3   refusal
 4   desirous
 5   joyous
 6   decorative
 7   revival
 8   attractive
 9   inspirational
10   expensive

     homophones
     set 16
1 their
2 there
3 sight
 4   site
 5   right
 6   write
 7   bee
 8   be
 9   so
10   sew

     set 17
 1   see
 2   sea
 3   tee
 4   tea
 5   leek
 6   leak
 7   new
 8   knew
 9   seen
10   scene

     set 18
 1   mail
 2   male
 3   flaw
 4   floor
 5   are
 6   our
 7   wood
 8   would
 9   reel
10   real
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rom a verb), '-ous' (to make an adjective from a noun), '-ive' (to make an adjective from a verb).
     Level 6

     set 1
     unstressed vowels in polysyllabic words (use mnemonics to learn these)
 1   Wednesday
 2   family
 3   beautiful
 4   company
 5   parliament
 6   miniature
 7   telephone
 8   history
 9   geography
10   definitely

     set 2
 1   business
 2   separate
 3   interactive
 4   hospital
 5   definite
 6   mathematics
 7   interest
 8   celebrity
 9   generally
10   literally

     set 3
 1   desperate
 2   humorous
 3   corporate
 4   different
 5   medically
 6   everyone
 7   symptoms
 8   vulgarity
 9   intellect
10   technology

     set 4
 1   cinema
 2   reality
 3   possible
 4   immortality
 5   stupidity
 6   multitude
 7   dignified
 8   manipulate
 9   participants
10   television

     set 5
     unsounded consonants 'k'
1 knife
 2   knack
 3   knapsack
 4   knob
 5   knit
 6   knock
 7   knot
 8   knuckle
 9   knight
10   knew

     set 6
     unsounded consonants 'h'
 1   whisk
 2   whiskey
 3   whirl
 4   whisper
 5   honest
 6   chemist
 7   whale
 8   whither
 9   school
10   whistle

     set 7
     unstressed consonants 'g'
 1   gnu
 2   gnash
 3   gnome
 4   sign
 5   design
 6   align
 7   alignment
 8   consignment
 9   gnat
10   gnaw

     set 8
     unstressed consonants 'b'
 1   limb
 2   lamb
 3   comb
 4   crumb
 5   numb
 6   thumb
 7   plumber
 8   tomb
 9   debt
10   doubt

     set 8
     letter strings '-our'
1 odour
2 flavour
3 honour
 4   vapour
 5   favour
 6   honourable
 7   labour
 8   labourer
 9   favourable
10   vaporous

     set 9
     letter strings 'ight'
 1   right
 2   weight
 3   eight
 4   fight
 5   sight
 6   height
 7   might
 8   lightened
 9
10

     set 10
     letter strings 'ough'
 1   rough
 2   thought
 3   plough
 4   cough
 5   thought
 6   tough
 7   although
 8   enough
 9   cough
10   thoroughly

     set 10
     when building on single syllable words with a vowel before the last consonant, double the consonant'.
 1   hop
 2   hopping
 3   hopped
 4   hopper
 5   dropped
 6   dropping
 7   dropper
 8   mopped
 9   mopping
10   mopper

     set 11
     when building on single syllable words with a vowel before the last consonant, double the consonant'.
1    write
2    written
3    writer
4    dragged
5    dragging
 6   dragger
 7   digger
 8   digging
 9   raining
10   rained

     set 12
     polysyllabic words with double consonants (use mnemonics)
 1   millennium
 2   appointment
 3   recommend
 4   necessary
 5   disappear
 6   embarrass
 7   commemorate
 8   Mediterranean
 9   accommodate
10   Caribbean

     set 13
     words from French using 'ch' for 'sh'
 1   machine
 2   chef
 3   parachute
 4   brochure
 5   chassis
 6   chauffeur
 7   schedule
 8   chateau
 9   champagne
10   machinery

     set 14
     words from French using 'que' for 'k'
 1   unique
 2   antique
 3   oblique
 4   cheque
 5   picturesque
 6   technique
 7   grotesque
 8   discotheque
 9   marquess
10

     set 15
     words from Greek using 'ch' for 'k'
1    Christ
2    chemist
3    school
4    stomach
5    ache
6    echo
7    orchestra
 8 character
 9 chorus
10 choir

     set 16
     words from Greek using 'ch' for 'k'
 1   chaos
 2   chronicle
 3   technical
 4   mechanical
 5   architect
 6   anchor
 7   scheme
 8   Christopher
 9   architecture
10   Christmas

     set 17
     Root word: Greek 'tele-', meaning 'far off'
 1   telegraph
 2   telekinetic
 3   teleology
 4   telescope
 5   television
 6   telepathy
 7   telephone
 8   telemetry




     set 18
     other words from a Latin root: 'ped', meaning 'foot'
 1   pedal
 2   impede
 3   impediment
 4   expedition
 5   expedient
 6   pedigree
 7   pedicure
 8   pedestrian
consonant, double the consonant'.




consonant, double the consonant'.
Level 7
Spelling Bee
           set 1: Art
       1   abstract
       2   charcoal
       3   dimension
       4   easel
       5   foreground
       6   gallery
       7   highlight
       8   illusion
       9   palette
      10   spectrum

           set 2 D & T
       1   aesthetic
       2   brief
       3   carbohydrate
       4   design
       5   evaluation
       6   fibre
       7   hygiene
       8   innovation
       9   knives
      10   machine

           set 3 Drama
       1   applause
       2   characteristics
       3   director
       4   entrance
       5   freeze
       6   improvise
       7   lighting
       8   movement
       9   performance
      10   rehearsal

           set 4 English
       1   advertisement
       2   chorus
       3   dialogue
       4   exclamation
       5   figurative
       6   genre
       7   imagery
       8   metaphor
       9   narrator
      10   onomatopoeia
     set 5 Geography
 1   abroad
 2   climate
 3   desert
 4   employment
 5   function
 6   infrastructure
 7   latitude
 8   national
 9   physical
10   regional

     set 6 History
 1   traitor
 2   siege
 3   reign
 4   parliament
 5   immigration
 6   emigration
 7   dynasty
 8   colonisation
 9   bias
10   agricultural

     set 7 ICT
 1   virus
 2   spreadsheet
 3   processor
 4   megabyte
 5   justify
 6   icon
 7   graphic
 8   electronic
 9   delete
10   cartridge

     set 8 Library
 1   thesaurus
 2   series
 3   relevance
 4   photocopy
 5   non-fiction
 6   irrelevance
 7   glossary
 8   dictionary
 9   encyclopaedia
10   catalogue

     set 9 Mathematics
1 weight
 2   vertices
 3   tonne
 4   symmetrical
 5   rhombus
 6   quadrilateral
 7   parallelogram
 8   multiplication
 9   kilometre
10   isosceles

     set 10 Music
 1   vocal
 2   timbre
 3   synchronise
 4   rhythm
 5   quaver
 6   percussion
 7   orchestral
 8   musician
 9   lyric
10   dynamics

     set 11 PE
 1   agility
 2   bicep
 3   exercise
 4   field
 5   gymnastic
 6   league
 7   muscle
 8   quadriceps
 9   squad
10   tournament

     set 12 PSHE
 1   achievement
 2   communication
 3   discipline
 4   encouragement
 5   generosity
 6   involvement
 7   preference
 8   racism
 9   stereotype
10   pressure

     set 13 RE
1    Buddhist
2    commandment
3    hymn
4    immorality
 5   Judaism
 6   marriage
 7   parable
 8   prophet
 9   religion
10   synagogue

     set 14 Science
 1   amphibian
 2   cycle
 3   digestion
 4   evaporation
 5   friction
 6   laboratory
 7   mammal
 8   nutrient
 9   organism
10   particles

     set 15 words derived from ''aero-' (Greek for air)
 1   aeroplane
 2   aerobics
 3   aerodrome
 4   aerodynamics
 5   aeronautics
 6   aerosol
 7   aerospace
 8   aerial
 9   aerate
10   anaerobic

     set 16 words derived from '-audi-' (Latin 'to hear')
 1   audible
 2   audience
 3   audio
 4   audiology
 5   audiotypist
 6   audiovisual
 7   audit
 8   audition
 9   auditorium
10   auditory


     set 17 words derived from Persian
1    bazaar
2    caravan
3    china
4    jasmine
5    lilac
6    musk
 7   pistachio
 8   shawl
 9   taffeta
10   jackal

     set 18 words derived from Old English
 1   apple
 2   chicken
 3   ear
 4   goose
 5   ice
 6   lip
 7   neck
 8   plant
 9   rain
10   udder

								
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