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Murrell Confused Wrd


To preposition
Too also
Two 2
Their plural possessive pronoun
There location
they’re they are
cite to document
site place of event
sight seeing
its possessive it
it’s it is
yore time long ago
your you possess
you’re you are
whose who possessive
who’s who is
which choice
witch one of a coven
that refers to a thing
who refers to a person
accept verb to take
except everything but
affect verb to change
effect noun “changed”
between refers to 2
among refers to more than 2
capitol Building only
capital city, letter, good
principal person
principle idea
who nominative pronoun
whom objective pronoun
stationary unmoving
stationery paper
allusion reference
illusion “magic”
complement to add to
compliment give praise
counsel advice
council group of people
coarse not fine
course subject in school
farther distance
further “more”
lose opposite of find
loose not tight
fewer can be counted
less cannot be counted
Created by: AmyMurrell