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Unit 4-5H Homophones: consonant sounds and consonant digraphs
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Unit 5H: A 'Beat the spellchecker!' test for words from Units 4 and 5

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Homophones for Units 4 and 5

Help spelling homophonesSpelling homophones...
... the words the computer spellchecker will not spot.

This unit tests you on homophones where the consonant sounds may have different spellings.
For example:

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c or ck w or wh
sh, ch or ti f or ph
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Spot the mistake in each sentence.

Type the correct word:

I've dropped my money down that whole.
Tell me witch cake you would like.
I don't know weather to have any cake.
It's quiet a long way to walk.
The profit said a holy man would come.
Don't chute, I'll come quietly.
I was a holy amazing sight.
The pipes are making a wining noise.


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"This is a fantastic opportunity for our students!  I'm sure Spellzone will be invaluable in helping them to improve their spellings and therefore improve the quality of their writing in all subject areas!"

Teacher, High School, UK