Exact – I have the exact amount of change in my pocket.
Exactly – There were exactly 100 people at the party.
Exam – I did great on my exam on monday.
Example – A lollypop is a great example of candy.
Excavate – I watched them excavate the neighbour’s yard.
Excellent – I did an excellent job horseback riding yesterday.
Excess – Micah has excess Lego in his room.
Exclude – It is rude to exclude people from games.
Executive – The government has an executive branch.
Exempt – My mom made me exempt the injured hummingbird when it got better.
Exert – I will exert great sportsmanship to my team mates.
Exhale- I will exhale deeply to calm myself.
Expand – My mom wants to expand the green house.
Expense – The expense of a good dinner can be high.
Expensive – The Bob Cat for sale in Hyde Creek is expensive.
Explode – I watched the firework explode on the night of Halloween.
Extent – The length of the skies was limitless.
External – It sometimes says for external use only on medicine bottles.
Extra – My dad gave me the extra 7 up today.
Extract – The dentist told my mom that they were going to extract Joshua’s tooth.