Unit 4-5H: Homophones for Units 4 and 5

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

English spelling
 
c or ck w or wh
sh, ch or ti f or ph
 
English spelling
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To review the spellings before the test, click on the links below:

For c/ck words - Unit 4 page 9

For w/wh words - Unit 5 page 5

For sh/ch/ti words - Unit 5 page 11

For f/ph words - Unit 5 page 21

Test 2. There is one mistake in each sentence.
Spot the mistake and type the CORRECT word in the box.


Spot the mistake


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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