Pares de Palabras Frecuentemente Confundidos Ejercicios: Aprenda Rápido Escritura en Inglés (page 2)
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Encierre en un círculo la palabra correcta en paréntesis. Las respuestas se encuentran al final de la lección.
- The package will be (sent, cent, scent) if you add another (sent, cent, scent) of postage.
- I know the seats aren't real leather, because they lack that unmistakable (sent, cent, scent).
- Should I (right, write, rite) a speech in advance, or is that not the (right, write, rite) thing to do?
- Who will be performing the (right, write, rite) of baptism at tomorrow's service?
- If you will simply be (quite, quit, quiet), I will be (quite, quit, quiet) happy to (quite, quit, quiet) annoying you with my constant request for a (quite, quit, quiet) atmosphere in which to work.
- Our marching band (lead, led) the parade.
- The speedy driver in the (lead, led) must have a (lead, led) foot.
- Over the next ridge we will be able to (sight, site, cite) the (sight, site, cite) we've chosen for our new home.
- I would be honored to have you (sight, site, cite) me in your research.
- (Where, Wear, Were) are you ever going to (where, wear, were) that ridiculous turquoise suit?
- (Where, wear, were) did you buy those earrings?
Encierre en un círculo la forma correcta de las palabras siguientes en paréntesis. Las respuestas se encuentran al final de la lección.
- (Which, Witch) (which, witch) scares you the most?
- Impulsively, Ken (threw, through) the ball (threw, through) the open window and onto the lawn.
- Sally slammed on the (brake, break) when she saw the car ahead (brake, break) to avoid the (brake, break) in the concrete road.
- Have you (scene, seen) that pathetic (scene, seen) in the movie?
- The confused (which, witch) couldn't decide (which, witch) broomstick to use on Halloween.
- The sales department has (passed, past) the record it had established in the (passed, past) year.
- Wait at least a (weak, week), but even then the medicine might make you feel (weak, week).
- This (peace, piece) of news should give you some (peace, piece) of mind.
- The (plain, plane) brown packages were loaded onto the (plain, plane).
Encierre en un círculo la palabra correcta entre paréntesis.
- I (where, wear, were) my (everyday, every day) clothes almost (everyday, every day).
- (Maybe, may be) we should design a new model. It (maybe, may be) just the thing to brighten our financial picture.
- Are you (already, all ready) yet? We're (already, all ready) late as it is.
- You'll be (alright, all right) if you follow the instructions.
- Unless you have the reports (altogether, all together), the boss won't be (altogether, all together) thrilled.
- sent, cent
- write, right
- quiet, quite, quit, quiet
- lead, lead
- sight, site
- Where, wear
- Which, witch
- threw, through
- brake, brake, break
- seen, scene
- witch, which
- passed, past
- week, weak
- piece, peace
- plain, plane
- wear, everyday, every day
- Maybe, may be
- all ready, already
- all right
- all together, altogether
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