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Find study help for spelling homonyms. Homonyms study guides and homonyms practice exercises will help you review how to spell homonyms.

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  • 1.

    Tricky Words

    Our language is full of tricky words: which and that, who and whom, lie and lay, imply and infer. Learn the right way to use the most common tricky words.

    Source: LearningExpress, LLC
  • 2.

    Homonyms and Spelling Study Guide

    Introduction The English language is filled with words that sound alike but are spelled differently, and words that are spelled alike but pronounced differently. In both cases, the words have different meanings. This lesson will set you straight on such words. ...

    Source: LearningExpress, LLC
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    Multiple-Meaning Words Study Guide

    Multiple-Meaning Words In this lesson, you'll discover that some words can mean more than one thing . . . it's up to you to figure out which meaning an author is using. You may already know many words that have two or more meanings. ...

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    Multiple-Meaning Words Practice Exercises

    Review the following study guide if needed: Multiple-Meaning Words Study Guide Multiple-Meaning Words Practice ...

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  • 5.

    Homonyms, Word Choice, and Tricky Words: Grammar Review Study Guide

    Exercises for this concept can be found at Homonyms, Word Choice, and Tricky Words: Grammar Review Practice Exercises. Homonyms Now that you understand basic spelling rules, ...

    Source: LearningExpress, LLC
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    Homonyms: Spelling Review Study Guide

    Practice exercises for this study guide can be found at: Homonyms: Spelling Review Practice Exercises The first types of errors we're going to explore are actually not ...

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    Homonyms: Spelling Review Practice Exercises

    Read the following study guide for a concept review: Homonyms: Spelling Review Study Guide PRACTICE LAP 1 Fill in the following blanks with either there, their, or ...

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