Module 19 The spelling choice ‘-que’ is given now and taught that it is of French origin and makes the sound (k) at the end of words. The English language has derived words from a great many different sources and there is an exceptional number which sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meanings. Therefore, the work on homophones in this Module is approached by spelling for meaning. Star Skills 93 and 94 cover two more regular final syllables, ‘-sion’ and ‘-cian’ and pupils are taught that ‘-cian’ is mostly used for people classification such as ‘musician’ and ‘electrician’. The final syllable ‘-ar’ is taught as being found in words where the final syllable is the unstressed (er) phonic and usually when preceded by the letter ‘l’ as in ‘burglar’.