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Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Lesson 1 Lesson 6 Lesson 12
Lesson 2 Lesson 7 Lesson 13
Lesson 3 Lesson 8 Lesson 14
Lesson 4 Lesson 9 Lesson 15
Unit Review - Lesson 5 Lesson 10 Lesson 16
  Unit Review - Lesson 11 Unit Review - Lesson 17
Lesson 18 Lesson 24 Lesson 30
Lesson 19 Lesson 25 Lesson 31
Lesson 20 Lesson 26 Lesson 32
Lesson 21 Lesson 27 Lesson 33
Lesson 22 Lesson 28 Unit Review - Lesson 34
Unit Review - Lesson 23 Unit Review - Lesson 29

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Unit 1

Lesson 1

splendid ethnic liquid impulse

Lesson 2 - Long Vowels

bait peach bride prime
globe grove slope slice
roast spike stroke praise
squeeze breather gross thigh

Lesson 3 - Variant Vowels

count county salt cross
shout youth amount pounds
mountain thousands proof crawled
account launched rumors saucer

Lesson 4 - Vowels Before "r"

roar apart reward worse
turtle nightmare burnt curb
purse declare scarce inserts
sparkling source nervous warrant

Lesson 5 - Unit Review

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Unit 2

Lesson 6 - Other Vowel Spellings

busy among building young
enough though straight rough
courage eighth system although
sleigh boulder biscuit dough

Lesson 7 - Words with "ie" and "ei"

boyfriend girlfriend mischief pier
freight foreign receive receiver
belief relief weighed reins
fierce heights thieves achieve

Lesson 8 - Compound Words

greenhouse seashore fireworks fun-loving
New Year fairy tales bedtime cupboard
upright teenager thunderstorm barefoot
middle-class middle-aged bodyguard so-called

Lesson 9 - Homophones

week weak steel steal
grown groan guest guessed
creek creak weather whether
sore soar stake steak

Lesson 10 - Easily Confused Words

later latter except accept
angle angel costume custom
affect effect adopt adapt
device devise decent descent

Lesson 11 - Unit 2 Review

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Unit 3

Lesson 12 - Changing "y" to "i"

cities mummies supplies families
varied centuries colonies applies
occupied identified enemies activities
denied allied industries qualified

Lesson 13 - Unstressed Endings

reader speaker layer American
beaten musical rotten German
Indian Roman explorers stretcher
critical criminal political original

Lesson 14 - VC/CV Words

pillow indeed monster fifteen
escape gotten velvet engine
insist admire index intense
further frantic convince instinct

Lesson 15 - v/CV Words

Friday apron motive meter
agent evil local eager
famous fiber razor vital
rival basis cheetah scenic

Lesson 16 - Adding -ed and -ing

lifted cooling pointed returned
speaking spelling wondered bragged
healed scrubbed answered threatened
admitted committed referring preferred

Lesson 17 - Unit 3 Review

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Unit 4

Lesson 18 - Noun Suffix

importance entrance difference independence
insurance conference ambulance absence
instance audience allowance intelligence
assurance appearance obedience presence

Lesson 19 - Noun Suffixes -ship, -ment, -ity

statement friendship leadership partnership
activity ability argument personality
electricity championship community majority
responsibility curiosity necessity authority

Lesson 20 - Prefixes

appointed accident affair assembly
approach accuse applause affection
accompany assign appreciate accurate
association apparent accustomed assistance

Lesson 21 - Prefixes -com and -con

conviction commanded commonly considered
continued commander commit constitution
confusing commence commotion commercial
communicate communities communication committee

Lesson 22 - Unstressed Ending -ant/-ent

absent important current president
elephant confident instant element
servant excellent opponent permanent
assistant innocent significant sufficient

Lesson 23 - Unit 4 Review

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Unit 5

Lesson 24 - More VCV Words

prison linen palace climate
talent novel treason comic
profit token weapon gopher
pleasant siren frigid spiral

Lesson 25 - Mixed Spelling Patterns

banner platform hotel funnel
habit display clever gather
empty chaos suspense Saturn
oval orphan fatal crystal

Lesson 26 - Unusual Plurals

goldfish trout moose cactus
media fungi bacteria stimulus
stimuli larvae radius nucleus
nuclei species salmon hippopotamus

Lesson 27 - Adjective Suffixes -ive, -ous

positive attractive effective various
curious tremendous enormous obvious
delicious mysterious executive creative
fabulous legislative negative sensitive

Lesson 28 - Words with Prefixes and Suffixes

unlikely repayment reaction replacement
unpredictable disagreement renewal unemployment
unexpectedly unfortunately unusually reproduction
reconstruction disagreeable unsuccessful uncomfortable

Lesson 29 - Unit 5 Review

palace salmon profit delicious
banner attractive crystal replacement
radius pleasant curious clever
talent enormous species bacteria
fungi unpredictable unsuccessful disagreement
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Unit 6

Lesson 30 - Suffixes in Combination

carefully ownership faithfully peacefully
wonderfully thoughtfully relationship respectively
naturally nervously gracefully actively
joyfully beautifully successfully accidentally

Lesson 31 - Prefixes -in, -im, -il, -ir

incomplete informal incorrect independent
illegal impolite impossible invisible
irregular inexpensive impure inability
impatient indigestion indefinite incredible

Lesson 32 - Latin Roots -scrib-, -script-, -spect-

inspect suspect scribe script
descriptive description prescribed inspector
spectacle spectacular scribbled inscription
subscription spectrum spectators transcripts

Lesson 33 - Latin Roots -rupt-, -ject-

objected projected objections projections
erupt abrupt bankrupt inject
disrupting disruption eject reject
rejected rupture corrupt interrupt

Lesson 34 - Unit 6 Review

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