SN_homophones - Homophones(1 Re write this passage correctly by identifying the 25 spelling mistakes and replacing them with the correct homophone

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Unformatted text preview: Homophones (1) Re write this passage correctly by identifying the 25 spelling mistakes and replacing them with the correct homophone. Use a dictionary to help you. It was a very dark knight when Billy and Stella decided to investigate the spooky white knight castle. At a quarter to midnight, they shuffled quietly threw the alley to the forest entrance were the castle stood all alone in the moonlight amongst oak trees that looked like old haggard men. They’re hearts were pounding loudly as they cautiously approached. Suddenly they herd a strange noise witch made them jump. “I don’t like it here.” whispered Stella nervously. “It is a bit spooky,” trembled Billy. They new they would be in danger if they stayed to long. “But If we flea now, we will never see the white knight ghost of the castle!” exclaimed Billy. They crept carefully around the side of the castle which stood extremely hi . “Lets climb up their .” Whispered Billy bravely. As they climbed through a gap in the crumbling castle walls, they saw an old painting on the floor. It was of a white night in full battle armour with his horse tide to an oak tree. They carried on and turned write up towards the wooden stairway. “Stop!” cried Stella. “Look…up…there…” At the top of the stairway stood a huge, cloudy-white, glowing figure. They new exactly what it was and exactly what it would do. After no more than free seconds, their was an almighty roar followed shortly by two almighty screams! Still knot believing they’re eyes, they ran as fast as there legs could take them out of the forest. After passing the key by the fishing harbour they eventually stopped to catch their breath buy Larson’s Corner....
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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SN_homophones - Homophones(1 Re write this passage correctly by identifying the 25 spelling mistakes and replacing them with the correct homophone

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