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Homophones Past or passed Off or of
Guess the rule! Went byTransferred or exchanged Agreed to Got through BeyondTimeTimes gone by 1 Copy this table into your jotter. Put the sentence numbers into the correct column. The first one has been done for you. 1)He passed his driving test on the tenth go. 2)She passed by the entrance to the shoe shop. 3)I ran past the ferocious dog. 4)In the past they only had black and white film. 5)The bell no longer rings at half past three. 6)She passed him the salt. 7)The no smoking law was passed in Ireland before Scotland.
The past or passed Rule Copy this rule into your jotter: Passed has different meanings. It means: Went by Transferred/Exchanged Agreed to Got through Past has different meanings. It means: Beyond A time Times gone by
Extension Work Write one sentence for each of the meanings of past and passed. You should have seven sentences in total. Example: Passed (went by) As I looked out the bus window I saw my stop as it passed by.
Guess the Rule! Which of these sentences are wrong? Write them correctly in your jotter. 1.You should turn the TV of when you go to bed. 2.He stormed off in a bad mood. 3.He was sent of for a bad tackle. 4.The Lord off the Rings is my favourite book. 5.Two out off ten dogs prefer dog food. 6.All the lights went off and the children screamed. 7.Four of the children cried. 8.The Prince off Wales is heir to the throne.
Off or of Rule Copy the rule into your jotter: Off means the opposite of on. Example: Switch it off. Off can also mean away from something or in motion. Example: It went off to a flying start. Of has many meanings. If it is not either of the above, then it is of. Example: Girls of thirteen are very intelligent.
Extension Work Copy out this passage filling in the gaps: The game started ___ slowly with both the goalkeepers ___ each team doing very little. By the time it got to half time there didn’t look like there was much hope ___ either team scoring. There was a look ___ disgust on the fans’ faces when the whistle blew. When the second half kicked ___ it was like two whole new teams! It certainly was a game ___ two halves. Both ___ the teams scored three goals. All ___ the fans were on the edges of their seats…