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Spelling List Four. Constant Imply Specify Civil implicate Series Component Approximate Principal therefore. Write the word and its definition Constant: Not changing or varying – The water was at a constant temperature

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Spelling list four

Spelling List Four

Constant

Imply

Specify

Civil

implicate

Series

Component

Approximate

Principal

therefore


Spelling list four

  • Write the word and its definition

  • Constant: Not changing or varying – The water was at a constant temperature

  • Imply: To suggest or indicate without actually saying – People who imply they know more than they actually do

  • Specify: To identify clearly and definitely – The people that complained failed to specify the school that the students were from

  • Civil: relating to ordinary people and their concerns (rather than military or religious) – Civil aviation

  • Implicate: To show someone is involved in a crime or to convey a meaning indirectly – He could implicate the government in the murder of three judges.


Write the definition and example

Write the definition and example

  • Series: a set, group or number of things arranged according to an order – there were a series of earthquakes

  • Component: a part, element or ingredient – the electrical component was necessary

  • Approximate: near but not exact, very similar – the approximate time was 10 o’clock

  • Principal: the head or director of a school or the highest ranked in an organisation – Our principal is Mr Mackle.

  • Therefore: the consequence of, a result. The assembly went later than it should, therefore there was a small lunchtime.


Write a sentence using the following words

Write a sentence using the following words

  • Constant

  • Imply

  • Specify

  • Civil

  • implicate

  • Series

  • Component

  • Approximate

  • Principal

  • therefore


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