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Common Homonym Errors Worksheet
If you're unsure of your homonyms, then this worksheet is for you. So much better than some, there are two columns of exercises, and they're fun too.
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- Ask participants to craft their own sentences using multiple forms of the several homonyms
- The worksheet can be used as a pretest or as additional practice
- Multiple practice sentences for each of the five frequently misused homonyms are included
- No answer sheet is included
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