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10th grade English CCWs

affect verb: to act on/produce an effect or change in.
effect noun: result or consequence
between Used when choosing between distinct items.
among Used when not talking about distinct items or individuals.
either One or the other
neither Not the first and not the second
fewer used when you can count the quantity
less used when you can't count the quantity
irregardless without without regard (double negative). This is not a word. Don't use it.
regardless regard less, without regard, or despite something
waste garbage
waist between the ribs and the hips
good adjective meaning, satisfactory
well adjective or adverb meaning, satisfactory
Then time (he went the store and then went home)
Than comparison (she is taller than he is)
a lot a large amount
allot to give or apportion
principal most important, or one who holds a presiding position
principle a moral rule or basic truth
allusion reference to another literary work
illusion something likely to be wrongly perceived or interpreted
passed past tense of "to pass"
past the time before present, completed, finished, in the past
Created by: jennaellis