Spelling - Consonant doubling 1: Activity 2


Sort the examples into two groups

sweat + -ed → sweated
thin + -est → thinnest
stop + -ing → stopping
mad + -er → madder
green + -est → greenest
swat + -ed → swatted
loud + -er → louder
stoop + -ing → stooping
wait + -ing → waiting
chat + -y → chatty
sweat + -y → sweaty


How should we change our rules about what happens when the suffix starts with a vowel sound?

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