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Choose the correct word! Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge The (principal, principle) of Copper Road School is Mr. McCoy. principal
The (pain, pane) in her leg caused her to limp. pain
The rope was (tide, tied) into several knots. tied
He (threw, through) the baseball to home plate. threw
The (lead, led) in my pencil has broken. lead
They took turns carrying the heavy (pale, pail) up the hill. pail
(Their, There, They’re) is the team that won the baseball game. There
The soldiers (raise, rays) the flag every morning at sunrise. raise
She found the broken (flour, flower) on the ground. flower
Everyone wanted a (peace, piece) of pizza while it was hot. piece
Our dog doesn’t have enough (sense, since) to come in out of the rain. sense
They bounced along the bumpy (road, rode) in the old car. road
“(Who’s, Whose) wearing my baseball shoes?” Sam asked. Who’s
They bought their boat at a yard (sail, sale). sale
Suzie was in a (days, daze) after she fell down the stairway. daze
When she spotted the ghost, she turned (pail, pale). pale
The sun’s (raise, rays) bounced off the shiny car. rays
The (heard, herd) of buffalo was charging across the field. herd
(Their, There, They’re) team won the baseball game. Their
Her broken leg didn’t (heal, heel) for several weeks. heal
The (principal, principle) reason he voted for the mayor was her honesty. principal
The (sale, sail) boat blew over during the storm. sail
Sam didn’t know (who’s, whose) baseball shoes he was wearing. whose
The (flour, flower) blowing across the yard looked like a dust storm. flour
They (road, rode) along the bumpy street in the old car. rode
Alice liked to ( way, weigh) her choices before making up her mind. weigh
Every day she would (buy, by) a bunch of artificial flowers. buy
When she slipped, she broke the (heal, heel) on her shoe. heel
The baseball sailed (threw, through) the window. through
Standing up for what she thinks is right is a (principle, principal) she follows. principle
The window (pane, pain) broke when the carpenters dropped it. pane
(Their, There, They’re) the players on the winning team. They’re
After signing the (peace, piece) treaty, they ordered pizza. peace
They walked (buy, by) the school on their way to the zoo. by
He (heard, herd) the buffalo charging across the field. heard
The dog (lead, led) the police to the robbers. led
Alice tried to find her (way, weigh) out of the haunted house. way
(Sense, Since) it was raining, we decided to take our umbrellas. Since
It took her several (days, daze) to get better after her fall. days
The (tide, tied) came in and washed away their sandcastle. tide
The end is here! It’s about time!
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