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Big English Test 1a-Frequently Misused Words

Terms

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Who's
contraction
Two
They are two of a kind.
Take
verb--- Take your time when you do your work.
Then
She looked better back then.
You're
You're the best singer in town!
They're
contraction
Than (used for comparisons)
She is taller than I am.
Except
verb/prep---- All the students were there except the 9th graders.
Formerly
in past times; She was formerly known as Ms. Coleman
Quiet
Please be quiet
Good
adj. I had a good summer
Since
I haven't seen you since 2nd grade.
Their
pronoun
Formally (adv)
You must formally greet adults.
Weather
The weather is beautiful outside.
Could have (not could have)
I could have gone to the fair this year.
Loose
She went to the dentist with a loose tooth.
Defiantly
She was acting defiantly in class.
Sense
I sense that something is wrong with you.
Whether (conj)
You're going to church whether you want to or not
Proceed
to continue; You may proceed with your explanation
Accept
verb-- I cannot accept this money.
Well
adv. I hope you do well this time.
There
Go over there for the CD, Lisa.
Less
He weighs less than my dad.
It's
contraction
Definitely
You are definitely the loudest person
Compliment
Thank you for the compliment earlier
Too (also) adv.
Did you eat spaghetti too?
Lose
I didn't lose the race
To
I would like to go to the movies.
Fewer
There are fewer than five girls in my class.
Bad
adj--- I will get a beating if I make any bad grades.
Precede
to go or come before; The song precedes the speech.
Quite
Dinner was quite delicious
Badly
adv.--- I cut my knee badly.
Complement
That green shirt complements your complexion.
Whose
pronoun
Its
Pronoun
Bring
Please bring my books to me.
Your
Your mother was very kind at church.

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