Homophones for Unit 22, Silent Letters

Spelling homophones...
...the words the computer spellchecker will not spot

To review the spellings before the test, go to Unit 22 page 15.

Test 2.
There is one mistake in each sentence.
Spot the mistake and type the correct word in the box.


Spot the mistake


Type the correct word

I don't now which way to turn.
Which him shall we sing at the wedding?
My shoelace is full of nots.
Did you get all the answers write?
The gift was beautifully rapped.
The baker needed the dough thoroughly.
I'm buying a knew computer.
How many ours must we wait?
Ring the water out of the cloth.
The priest read the last rights.
We need to plum in the sink next.
The king's son will be next to rein.


 


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