chapter 9.docx - Kassandra Delgado AOJ-012-C01 Professor Rachel Martinez Ch 9 Spelling and Apostrophes Define Key Terms 1 Homonym each of two or more

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Kassandra Delgado AOJ-012-C01 Professor Rachel Martinez 4-7-2019 Ch. 9 - Spelling and Apostrophes Define Key Terms: 1. Homonym - each of two or more words having the same spelling or pronunciation but different meanings and origins. 2. Proofreading - is the reading of a galley proof or an electronic copy of a publication to detect and correct production errors of text or art. Answer the following questions: 3 . How do you spell words correctly? The way you spell words correctly is by sounding it out to write the word how it sounds. Another method to spell a word correctly is by “chunk it” you split up the word into syllables and then connecting the syllables to a full word. A way a word can stick to you is playing word games it helps make the mind stronger to help you write different words easier.
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  • Spring '17
  • Damon Gilmore
  • Spelling, Kassandra Delgado, Professor Rachel Martinez

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