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QUIZ 10/20 - Homophones and Homographs

An octopus has _______ legs. (ate, eight) eight
I _____ apple pie for dessert. (ate, eight) ate
I want to go ____ the museum this weekend. (too, two, to) to
I have a quiz tomorrow ____! (too, two, to) too
A bicycle has ____ wheels. (too, two, to) two
It is ______ dog, but I get to walk him. (there, their, they're) their
My lunchbox is over ______ with the others. (there, their, they're) there
_________ all crazy, they swam with sharks! (there, their, they're) they're
I was looking for cereal in the soup ________! (isle, aisle) aisle
I went on vacation to a beautiful tropical ______. (isle, aisle) isle
The wind almost ______ the door down! (blew, blue) blew
The ocean was beautiful ______ and green. (blew, blue) blue
What are homographs? Words that are spelled the same, but with more than one meaning
What are homophones? Words that sound the same but have different meanings
His back was sore after carrying the groceries. Does BACK mean to go back, or a part of the body? Part of the body
He wore a black bow with his suit. Does BOW mean to bend in respect, or a clothing item? A clothing item
I got a new pet bearded dragon! Does PET mean an animal you keep or to pat an animal? An animal you keep
She wore the ring her grandmother gave her. Does RING mean a piece of jewelry, or the sound a phone makes? A piece of jewelry
He had a tear on his cheek at the end of the movie. Does TEAR mean fluid from the eye or to rip something? Fluid from the eye
The bark was rough when I touched it. Does BARK mean a sound an animal makes or the outer covering of a tree? Outer covering of a tree
Created by: she4thgrade
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