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13.22: Lesson Twenty-two

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Practice Spelling [k]

1. This review is in the form of a Wordspell. You are given the sixteen letters with which to spell twenty words, all of which contain [k]. You are also given blanks for the twenty words. We’ve given you a start by filling in the letters in each word that spell the sound [k]. Here the sixteen letters:

O U N I E R O P Y A D L T S R I

Here are the blanks for the twenty words:

Words with [k] spelled <qu>:

& U && N && I &&  \text{Q} && \text{U} && E\\& A && N && T && I && \text{Q} && \text{U} && E

Words with [k] spelled <q>:

& L && I && \text{Q} && U && O && R\\& L && I && \text{Q} && U && I && D

Words with [k] spelled <lk>:

& T && A && \text{L} && \text{K}\\& Y && O && \text{L} && \text{K}\\& S && T && \text{A} && \text{L} && \text{K}

Words with [k] spelled <cc>:

& O && \text{C} && \text{C} && U && R\\& O && \text{C} && \text{C} && U && P && Y\\& A && \text{C} && \text{C} && U && S && E\\& A && \text{C} && \text{C} && O && U && N && T\\& A && \text{C} && \text{C} && U && R && A && T && E

Words with [k] spelled <ch>:

& A && \text{C} && \text{H} && E\\& E && \text{C} && \text{H} && O\\& \text{C} && \text{H} && A && O && S^*\\& \text{C} && \text{H} && O && R && U && S^{**}\\& S && \text{C} && \text{H} && O && O && L \\& O && R && \text{C} && \text{H} && I && D^{***}

^*Or chord. ^{**}Or chords. ^{***}Or anchor.

2. Here are some words that end in [k] Read them carefully and then fill in the blanks:

& \text{knock} && \text{brook} && \text{walk} && \text{gigantic} \\& \text{quick} && \text{hawk} && \text{folk} && \text{traffic} \\& \text{wreck} && \text{earthquake} && \text{milk} && \text{zodiac} \\& \text{picnic} && \text{provoke} && \text{rebuke} && \text{thunderstruck} \\& \text{maniac} && \text{retake} && \text{shark} && \text{aftershock}

a. When a word ends in [k] with a long vowel in front of it, the [k] is usually spelled <k>.

b. When a word ends in a [k] with a consonant in front of it, the [k] is usually spelled <k>.

c. When a word ends in a [k] with a short vowel in front of it, the [k] is usually spelled either <c> or <ck>. If the word has only one vowel sound in it, [k] will usually be spelled <ck>, but if it has more than one vowel sound in it, the [k] will usually be spelled <c>.

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