Unit 6H: Homophones for Unit 6 - Short vowel sounds

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

This section tests you on homophones with the short vowel sounds
/ĭ/, /ŏ/ and /ŭ/.

To review the spellings before the test, click on the links below:

For /ĭ/ words - Unit 6 page 11

For /ŏ/ words - Unit 6 page 15

For /ŭ/ words - Unit 6 page 20

Test 3. Which of the bold words is correct?


Choose the correct word


Type the CORRECT word

Jill dressed as a which/witch for the party.
Nun/none of us are hungry.
I tied a knot/not in the string
Kim goes to the jim/gym every day.
First we pray then we sing a him/hymn.
The sum/some of ten and six is sixteen.
Who won/one the last race?
The missed/mist did not lift until midday.
He is sailing in very rough/ruff seas.
An icon is a program cymbal/symbol.
Billy has two daughters and a son/sun.
Switch on the electric currant/current.


 


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Unit 6H Homophones: Spelling the short vowel sounds
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