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Ail vs. Ale
Transcript of Ail vs. Ale
Ail - Verb
Trouble or afflict someone in mind or body
Ale - Noun
A type of beer with a bitter flavor and higher alcoholic content.
Fill in the Blank
Mark's arm was ailing him after he broke it.
The old lady had to get a wheel chair because her legs and feet had been ailing her too much.
The doctor asked the little girl, "What ails you today?"
There are many beer companies that make ale.
There is a tea called Ginger Ale.
The brewer was brewing ale in the brew house.
Answers to the Fill in the Blank
Her aunt was drinking
at the mans party.
from the excruciating pain.
The school nurse helps children with what
The beverage company is making a new apple
The sports trainer told the athlete to put ice on his
is brewed by using yeast and malted barley.
By: Abigail Stichter
The medicine that the doctor gave you is good for what ails you.
My body ails every time I do pull ups.
We sell many types of ale at our grocery store.
The man sitting at the table was drinking American Ale out of a bottle.
Her aunt was drinking ale/ail at the mans party.
Bob was aleing/ailing from the excruciating pain.
The school nurse helps children with what ales/ails them.
The beverage company is making a new apple ale/ail.
The sports trainer told the athlete to put ice on his aleing/ailing arm.
Ale/Ail is brewed by using yeast and malted barley.
Thanks for watching!
I hope the homophones ale and ail are more clear to you now.