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Spelling Lesson 20 Adding –er and –est to Adjectives hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy.

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1 Spelling Lesson 20 Adding –er and –est to Adjectives hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Spelling Tip Adjectives ending in y change the y to i before adding –er or –est.

2 1-5. Write the Core Words that end with y. 6-10. Write the Core Words to which –er has been added. 11-15. Write the Core Words to which –est has been added. 16-20. Write the Challenge Words. Circle the letter that spells the last sound in each word. hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly

3 hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Feeling Better Far from Home The jungle was so hot I wanted to go to sleep. My eyes began to feel as ( 1 ) as lead. They felt even ( 2 ) than bricks. This is the ( 3 ) they had ever felt without closing. An empty feeling told me I was ( 4 ), too. In fact, I was getting ( 5 ) than a bear. I soon felt that I was the ( 6 ) explorer in history.

4 hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly But I had to admit that it was a nice, ( 7 ) day. The sky was the ( 8 ) shade of blue I had ever seen. The sparkling waterfalls had never looked ( 9 ). Neither had the butterflies that were circling around me. I sat down and looked around for a while.

5 hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Suddenly I smiled and felt quite ( 10 ) inside. Maybe this was the ( 11 ) I had ever felt. Soon my ( 12 ) mood made me jump up with joy. Earlier my mood had been sad and ( 13 ). The sorrier I felt for myself, the ( 14 ) I felt inside. But the ( 15 ) feelings cannot last very long when you take time to look around.

6 Add –er and –est to the words below. Write each word. Be sure to change the y to i before adding each ending. 16. rainy19. cloudy 17. sunny20. funny 18. snowy hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Comparing Words

7 1.They were so sad to see the ship leave the dock. 2.That is the ugliest hat that I have ever seen. 3.This is the lightest package of all of them. 4.I was much sadder yesterday before I heard the news. hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Write the Opposite Write the Core Words that are the opposites of the underlined words.

8 5.The blue coat is prettier than the red one. 6.The books are light to carry. 7.Here is a pretty picture that I made. 8.My jacket is lighter than yours. 9.Who has the prettiest mask? hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Write the Opposite Write the Core Words that are the opposites of the underlined words.

9 hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly Fit the Shapes Use the code to help you write Core Words.

10 Would you like to go exploring in the jungle? Write a journal entry telling about a day in the jungle. Use at least four Core Words from this lesson. hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly

11 1-4. Here is a draft of one student’s journal entry. Find four misspelled words and write them correctly. 5-6. Two periods were not put in the ends of sentences. Copy the journal entry and correct all errors. hungry happy heaviest prettier uglier prettiest hungriest happier heavier pretty ugliest ugly heavy happiest hungrier empty gloomy windy healthy chilly


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