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Easily confused words:
1. My mother was loath / loath to break up the argument between the
two of us.
2. I need a job, I have been dependent/dependant on my parent’s for
money for too long.
Correct the sentence:
1. I put some asiago cheese on my spaghetti and it was really tasty
2. We had an agreement the first to finish buys the other an ice cream cone
3. Commas are a tricky challenging type of punctuation
Parts of Speech Find the pronouns in the sentences:
1. The largest slice of pica is mine!
2. We are in first place in the read-a-thon.
Idiom or Metaphor:
1. Our teacher was boiling mad at them today.
2. As you know, laughter is always the best medicine.
1. disappoint / dissappoint
2. colum / column
True or False:
1. You can say the children were afraid, but not, the afraid children.
2. To form the past of most verbs, just add ‘ed’.