Commonly Confused Words Worksheets:
Word Pile Up - Some of the
words and sentences are a complete car wreck. Rewrite the paragraph because the author was confused with some of the vocabulary that they used.
These Terms Make a Lot of Cents
- Take the time to really make these sentences work. Here is an example of a messy sentence that you will fix: We have all ready eaten and are not hungry, accept we might have desert.
Avoiding Word Errors - The
words you see here are the most common spelling issues for most students.
Help Out Jill
- Jill often writes so quickly that she doesn't always type the correct
word; sometimes she types a word that is commonly confused with the correct
word. Rewrite the passage below to correct her mistakes.
Getting It Right - Circle the correct word to complete each sentence. Read them aloud to make sure that they work.
The Right Word
- Rewrite each sentence, choosing the most appropriate word. We give you three to choose from in order to get it correct.
Right Word - Some of these words are just so close. For each pair of terms, write two sentences to demonstrate the difference in their
- For each pair of words, write two sentences to demonstrate the
difference in their connotations.
Fueled With Confusion
- The passage below contains terms whose connotation is not the
best choice for the paragraph.