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Easily Confused Words How do you score?
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1. Laura studied harder (than, then) she had ever studied before. 2. If I had known you wanted to go to the party, I would (have, of) called. 3. The game has (all ready, already) started. 4. (Whose, Who's) cell phone is hanging from the outlet? 5. Students can have (alot, a lot) of problems. 6. The curriculum changes will not (affect, effect) you. Take the test
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7. What is your (principal, principle) reason for not wearing business attire? 8. (Whose, Who's) doing (their, there, they’re) team presentation first? 9. Last year Chipper (lead, led) the league in homeruns. 10. He is (farther, further) along in his academic program (than, then) he thought. 11. His frequent rude remarks don’t (phase, faze) me, because I know he is just going through a (phase, faze). 12. I can’t have a crisis next week: my schedule is (all ready, already) full.
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13. Technology now gets blamed for the consumption of homework (formally, formerly) eaten by the dog. 14. Mary (implied, inferred) that she had a good alibi, but Tom (implied, inferred) otherwise from her nervous behavior. 15. Many are predicting that TV won’t last much longer because (fewer, less) people are watching these (days, daze). 16. Although you used a wireless (device, devise), (you're, your) voice came across clearly.
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17. I was (conscience, conscious) after the collision but (to, too) frightened (to, too) move. 18. (Quiet, Quite, Quit) was restored, and the instructor (preceded, proceeded) with the class.
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