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Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
Commonly Confused Words Power Point
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Commonly confused English words for teaching 7th and 8th grade. Word--Definition--Sentence

Commonly confused English words for teaching 7th and 8th grade. Word--Definition--Sentence

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  • 1. Commonly Confused Words Review for Test
  • 2. Directions:
    • You will be assigned a partner .
    • On one sheet of binder paper write both
    • of your names , period , and date .
    • Partners will be assigned a set of CCW.
    • Write the CCW as your assignment title .
  • 3. Writing Sentences:
    • Use your CCW notes to review definitions and sentence examples .
    • Be imaginative and creative . (your sentence should be very different from the example)
    • Underline the CCW in each sentence.
  • 4. Presenting Sentences:
    • Be prepared before presenting . (decide equally who will read each sentence)
    • Read each sentence & pick a volunteer to answer the correct CCW used in the sentence.
    • If you have all right , a lot , & like read the definition and your sentence.
  • 5. Helpful Hints for Writing & Presenting
    • When presenting, say “ BLANK ” for the CCW in the sentence.
    • If your CCW is used with an “s”
    • ending, say “ BLANKS .” (“ed” ending say “ BLANKED ”)
    • Challenge yourself : Use all CCW to write a “short story” ( 1 paragraph= 5-6 sentences )
  • 6.
    • accept, except
    • advice, advise
  • 7.
    • affect, effect
  • 8.
    • all ready, already
    • Alright, all right
  • 9.
    • bring, take
    • can, may
  • 10.
    • a lot, alot
    • borrow, lend
  • 11.
    • capital, capitol, the Capitol
  • 12.
    • desert, dessert
    • fewer, less
  • 13.
    • good, well
    • its, it’s
  • 14.
    • lay, lie
    • lead, led
  • 15.
    • learn, teach
    • leave, let
    • like
  • 16.
    • lose, loose
    • passed, past
  • 17.
    • peace, piece
    • principal, principle
  • 18.
    • raise, rise
    • set, sit
  • 19.
    • stationary, stationery
    • than, then
  • 20.
    • their, there, they’re
    • to, too, two
  • 21.
    • whose, who’s
    • your, you’re

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