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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #22779: Spelling exercise for -ible and -able
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    Spelling exercise for -ible and -able


    In the following sentences, the final four letters are omitted from each -ible or -able word. Complete each word with the appropriate ending.





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    1. Last night's movie about the invis man.

    2. It was so incred !

    3. It was laugh !

    4. My irrespons little brother is usually

    5. kept away from anything break .

    6. Are these new clothes really comfort ,

    7. or do people only wear them because they are fashion ?

    8. I think I would be less irrit if

    9. my professors were more flex .

    10. I don't think voting twice in national elections is permiss .

    11. It's always valu to have a friend

    12. who is depend .

    13. My employer said that it isn't suit to have a secretary

    14. whose handwriting is illeg .









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