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12.22: Lesson Forty-six

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Review of [g], [l], and [r]

1. Underline the letters that spell [g], [l], and [r]:

& \text{aisle} && \text{galleries} && \text{interrupt} && \text{plague} && \text{struggling} \\& \text{alligators} && \text{spaghetti} && \text{irregular} && \text{prologue} && \text{unrhymed} \\& \text{arrival} && \text{ghostly} && \text{island} && \text{referred} && \text{waterlogge} \\& \text{auxiliary} && \text{guarantee} && \text{mirror} && \text{rhubarb} && \text{dwriggling} \\& \text{exactly} && \text{illustrate} && \text{mortgage} && \text{shrugged} && \text{wrist}

2. Sort the words into these groups:

3. The two words with <gg> due to twinning:

4. The two words with <gg> in the VCCle pattern:

5. The word with <ll> due to assimilation:

6. The word with <rr> due to the VCC pattern:

7. The word with <rr> due to simple addition:

8. The two words with <rr> due to assimilation:

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