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Spelling Lesson 26 Spelling Words ending in -ly lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily.

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1 Spelling Lesson 26 Spelling Words ending in -ly lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Spelling Tip Adjectives can be made into adverbs by adding -ly. When an adjective ends in y, the y is changed to i before adding –ly.

2 1-8. Write the Core Words in which –ly is added to a base word Write the Core Words in which y is changed to i before –ly is added Write the Challenge Words. Circle the –ly suffix. lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily

3 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Write the Core Words that are the –ly forms of the underlined words to complete the story. Polar bears live (1 happy ) where almost no other animal can exist. They wander (2 merry ) in a land too cold and (3 lone ) for the rest of us. In summer, they (4 eager ) fish in the (5 live ) rushing rivers and streams. Eating as much as they can, they (6 steady ) get as fat as possible! Then they spend the winter (7 total ) without food. Polar Bears

4 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Write the Core Words that are the –ly forms of the underlined words to complete the story. As spring (8 final ) begins, the bears (9 sleepy ) awaken all over Alaska grunting (10 angry ). They (11 speed ) dig themselves out to rush off to the melting rivers. The winter may treat them (12 harsh ), but bears play all summer long.

5 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Write the Core Words that are the –ly forms of the underlined words to complete the story. Bears have no enemies except humans. Of course, thoughtful people do not (13 willing ) disturb bears. Bears can attack more (14 sudden ) than other animals of the North. The chances of meeting a bear are, (15 lucky ), very unlikely!

6 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Adverbs describe verbs and adjectives. Write the adverb that fits into each sentence. quietly briskly hardly brightly fairly 16. I walked _____ in the cold night air. 17. The raft drifted ____down the river. 18. We saw ___ any people around. 19. It is a ___ nice day. 20. The stars twinkled ___ in the sky. Adverbs

7 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily 5.meily 6.finay 7.suenly 8.wiingly Write the Core Words by adding the missing double consonants or vowels. 1.spdily 2.haily 3.slpily 4.totay Double the Letters

8 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Answer each question with a Core Word. Use the letters that fall on the red lines to answer the last question. 9. How you might yell at someone who cuts in front of you in line. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 10. How you would move if you ran into a bear. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 11. How a boy might eat breakfast if he was awake all night. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 12. How an unexpected noise usually happens. __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 13. How a bear might look in the morning. __ __ __ z z __ __ Answer and Solve

9 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Write the Core Words for these clues. 14. a long e sound spelled ea 15. the opposite of gently two words with the long i sound Decide and Write

10 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Write the Core Words for these clues. 18. the /k/ sound spelled ck 19. short e sound spelled ea 20. long o sound spelled o-e Decide and Write

11 lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily Write a paragraph about an animal. Tell where it lives and what it likes to eat. Use at least four Core Words from this lesson.

12 Here is the draft of one student’s paragraph about an animal. Find four misspelled words and write them correctly. lively steadily lonely speedily finally merrily harshly luckily eagerly happily suddenly totally angrily willingly sleepily secretly cowardly personally usually readily


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