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Ode to a Spell Checker I have a spelling checker I disk covered four my PC. It plane lee marks four my revue Miss steaks aye can knot see. Eye ran this poem threw it. Your sure real glad two no. Its very polished in its weigh, My checker tolled me sew. A checker is a blessing. It freeze yew lodes of thyme. It helps me right awl stiles two reed, And aides me when aye rime. Each frays comes posed up on my screen Eye trussed too bee a joule. The checker pours o'er every word To cheque sum spelling rule. Bee fore wee rote with checkers Hour spelling was inn deck line, Butt now when wee dew have a laps, Wee are not maid too wine. And now bee cause my spelling Is checked with such grate flare, There are know faults in awl this peace, Of nun eye am a wear. To rite with care is quite a feet Of witch won should be proud, And wee mussed dew the best wee can, Sew flaws are knot aloud. That's why eye brake in two averse Caws Eye dew want too please. Sow glad eye yam that aye did bye This soft wear four pea seas. --Author Unknown
May or may not be spelled the same but are pronounced the same but have different meanings Bat Tail Tale Maid Made
Accept- to agree The teacher accepted my research topic proposal. Except- exclusion. My teacher liked all of my ideas, except the last one.
Affect (v)- to move to emotion That did not affect her the way we thought it would. Effect (n)- consequence. What effect will your sprained ankle have on your stage performance tonight? Effect (v)- to bring about a change. The motivational speaker hopes to effect change in the views of the audience.
Aisle- a path between rows Canned soup is on aisle seven. Ill- contraction for I will Ill get the soup after I get milk on aisle two. Isle- Island My husband and I vacationed on a tropical isle last summer.
Bough-a tree branch Bow- bending ones knee in reverence Bow- the front of a ship
Beau- a boyfriend Bow- a looped knot
Complement- to complete. They make a good couple; they complement each other. Compliment- kind words of praise, accolade. She gave me a wonderful compliment about my new haircut.
Straight- Not crooked or bent Strait- channel or passage
Sew- a needle pulling thread Sow- planting seeds. A female pig. So- true, very, introduces a question.
Their- possessive pronoun The Hendersons own their home. There- place Their house is located over there. Theyre- contraction for they are. Theyre grateful their house is over there and not in the bad part of the neighborhood.
Two- the number 2. There are two sisters. To- Preposition. Gives direction to something. The two sisters are going to the beach. Too The two sisters are going to the beach and they are bringing their little brother too.
Vain- overly confident in ones self Vane- A device that that tells which way the wind is blowing. Vein- blood vessel
Spelled the same but have different meanings RecordRecord Wind Wind Desert Desert
All together- in a group The party was gathered all together in the kitchen to sing happy birthday to the little girl. Altogether- completely You are altogether wonderful.
Whose- possessive of who Whose sun glasses are these? Whos- contraction for who is Whos going to be at the meeting this afternoon?
He= Who Who gave you the flowers? He gave me the flowers Him=Whom With whom do you want to go on a date? I want to go on a date with him.
Then- used when talking about a place in time I will see you then. Than- introduces comparison She is better at poker than I am.
Allude- to refer to something When they were talking last night, he was alluding to her that he wanted to date. Elude- to escape The idea I had last week for my paper eludes me, and now I dont know what to write about!
Advice (n) - an opinion or recommendation. Ruthann needed advice from her guidance counselor. Advise(v) - to give an opinion or recommend. Ruthanns academic counselor advised her to take chemistry in the fall.
Conscious- (adj) to be awake. She was conscious when the doctor gave her the shot. Conscience (n)- sense of right or wrong. She should have listened to her conscience.
For- Because or towards. Four- the number Fore-far
Alter- to change The seamstress had to alter my dress for my wedding. Altar- religious structure Many religions use altars for ceremonies.
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