DOUBLING FINAL CONSONANTS
I am hoping to see her on Thursday. I hope she's feeling better by then.Keep smiling! If you can smile in spite of your illness, you'll win through.Did you see him slide on the ice? He was sliding about all over the place.see - seeing / agree - agreeing
I could see you standing there on the thin ice. Seeing you standing there made me nervous.Agreeing a date for our March meeting proved impossible. We had to agree not to meet in March.slide - sliding / slip - slipping / sleep - sleeping
I'm just slipping out for a coffee. Do you want some? ~ Don't bother. I'm going to slip out myself for some fresh air.She was sleeping on the floor by the coffee machine. ~ 'You can't go to sleep there,' I said. 'Have some coffee. It'll wake you up'.b > bb / d > dd / g > gg / l > ll / m > mm / n > nn / p > pp / r > rr / t > tt
I grabbed his shirt to slow him down. 'Don't grab my shirt!' he shouted.He was sad because Arsenal had lost, sadder than I'd ever seen him before.Bergkamp doesn't like travelling by air. He prefers to travel by train.If you want to stay slim or be slimmer, just have some salad for lunch.I think you shouldn't ban smoking in pubs, but banned it soon will be.He was gulping, not sipping his wine. 'You should sip wine', I said.My wife prefers red wine, but I've always preferred white.It's going to be hot today. It may prove to be the hottest day of the year.pack - packing, climb - climbing
It's important not to panic if you lose your way. Panicking will only make matters worse.write - writing - written / bite - biting - bitten
I've been bitten by your dog! ~ That's impossible. My dog never bites anyone.I'm writing to say I'm sorry about the dog bite. I should have written earlier.