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Spelling – i before e BEGIN
Try again Try again When the sound is ee, i before e except after c !
cieling receive which one is wrong? thief belief brief
Well done!! 1 point
acheive deceive which one is wrong? brief piece chief
Great!! 2 points
deciet achievement which one is wrong? thieves niece cashier
Good!! 3 points
greivous conceit which one is wrong? shrieked believed besiege
Wicked!! 4 points
yeild receipt which one is wrong? bier hygiene wield
Cool!! 5 points
protien beige which one is wrong? conceive belief frieze
Well done!! 6 points
freind veil which one is wrong? heir diesel seize
Well played!! 7 points
percieve foreign which one is wrong? neighbour sheik weird
Bravo!! 8 points
surfiet weir which one is wrong? forfeit relief deceit
Excellent!! 9 points
mischeivous sieve which one is wrong? wield feign friend
The champ!! 10 points Play again Play again
Chris Reall 2004
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