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Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Capital vs. Capitol

Capital and capitol sound alike, but their meanings are different. Capital may be used as a noun or an adjective. As a noun, it may mean the city which is the center of government for a country, state ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Brake vs Break

Brake and break sound alike, but their meanings are different.
Brake is often used as a noun meaning a device that stops movement.It may also be used as a verb meaning to stop movement. Break is a wor ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Altar vs Alter

Altar and alter sound alike, but their meanings are different.
Altar is a noun meaning a raised place or table used in religious services. Print out this worksheet and let your students practice and m ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Aid vs Aide

Aid and aide sound alike, but their meanings are different.
Aid can be a noun or verb. As a noun it means help or support. As a verb it means to help or support. Aide is a noun meaning an assistant.
C ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Allowed vs. Aloud

Allowed and aloud sound alike, but their meanings are different. Allowed is the past tense of the verb to allow meaning to permit. Aloud is an adverb meaning making sound with the voice.
Use these pri ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Affect vs. Effect

Affect and effect sound a little alike, but their meanings are different.
 Affect is usually used as a verb meaning to change or influence. It may be used rarely as a noun with a different pronunciati ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Accept vs. Except

Accept and except sound alike, but their meanings are different. Accept is a verb meaning to agree to, believe or receive something. Except is used as a preposition, a conjunction or a noun, but all o ...

Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: A Lot vs. Alot vs. Allot

A lot, alot, and allot sound alike, but one is not a word and the other two have different meanings.
A lot is a two-word phrase made up of an article (a) and a noun (lot). It means a great amount or m ...

Common Prepositions

Many of the prepositions that we use frequently are prepositions that tell where. Others give us more information about the subject. This worksheet prompts students to use the common prepositions: to, ...

Commas in a Series

This punctuation worksheet is all about adding commas to a series. Your student will rewrite a set of sentences creating a series and adding the commas. You’ll like it as practice for 5th grade Common ...

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