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Unit 33H Homophones: Spelling the endings -ant -ent -ance -ence
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Unit 33H: A 'Beat the spellchecker!' test for words from Units 30 to 33

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Unit 33H - Homophones for Units 30, 32 and 33

Spelling homophones Spelling homophones...
...the words the computer spellchecker will not spot

For review, some other homophones from earlier Units have also been included.

Which of the bold words is correct?

Choose the correct word

Type the whole word:

Eat up all your carats/carrots.
Martial/marshall law has been declared.
The current/currant in UK is 240 volts.
Babies are dependant/dependent on their mothers for food.
She shows no patience/patients with her staff.
The company precedent/president has resigned.
There/their birthdays are on the same day.
I didn't know weather/whether to wait for you.
I caught/court my finger in the car door.
The dress is loose around the waist/waste.
Don't stair/stare at the screen too long.
Tell your child not to write/right on the walls.


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