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Silent Letters WW #36

What is a gnat? a tiny insect
Which letter is silent in wreck? w
what does wring mean? to squeeze water out
What would you knead? bread dough
Spell a homophone of knead. need
What does knack mean? a talent for doing a thing
What is a knoll? a small hill
What would you call a ship that has been underwater for many years? a wreck
What is a wren? a small brown bird
Which word is the opposite of wrong? write right right
What word is to put paper around a gift?rap wrap wrap
Which order do the words go in this sentence?At _______ the brave _____ slew the dragon. knight night or night knight night knight
Which word goes in this sentence? The ____ was so tight he couldn't undo it. not or knot knot
which letter is silent in knit? k
Spell the past tense of KNEEL. knelt
Created by: kblock