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

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

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 4. 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 got up late and mist my bus.
You are the only won for me.
Tie the parcel with tight nots.
Mary will spend her life as a none.
Do you know witch way to go?
Put some currents in the cake mix.
Mick has left his house to his sun.
The correct answer gets a tic.
Did you hear the bell wring?
Get fit down at the jim.
We sang sum hymns at the wedding.
Bang the drums and clash the symbols.


 

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