As much as I love technology, it saddens me how few people still * letters to each other these days.!@#$@!
To "write" is to inscribe, while "right" means "correct."
!@#$@!write!@#$@!right$%^%$Meg and David are still in debt, but * working very hard at paying it off.!@#$@!
"They're" is a contraction of the words "they" and "are," while "their" is a possessive term.
!@#$@!they're!@#$@!their$%^%$The town had to place a * on Mr. Reynolds' property, because he hadn't paid his taxes in so long.!@#$@!
A "lien" is a claim on property, while to "lean" is to bend or tip.
!@#$@!lien!@#$@!lean$%^%$Henry VIII's daughter, Mary I, * over England for five years.!@#$@!
A "reign" is the rule of a monarch, while "rain" is the water that falls from the sky.
!@#$@!reigned!@#$@!rained$%^%$Amber's parents had grown * of her constant whining about their new car's color.!@#$@!
"Weary" means "tired," while "wary" means showing caution.
!@#$@!weary!@#$@!wary$%^%$The old vacuum cleaner was soon discarded after it began spitting * contents all over the floor.!@#$@!
"Its" shows possession, while "it's" is a contraction of "it" and "is."
!@#$@!its!@#$@!it's$%^%$My friends are all worried about whether their clothes are in keeping with the latest fashions, but I * care less.!@#$@!
"Could care less" suggests that you care a little bit, while "couldn't care less" means you don't care at all.
!@#$@!couldn't!@#$@!could$%^%$My grandfather was 87 years old when he *, and was still going for a mile-long walk every morning.!@#$@!
"Died" means deceased. To "dye" something is to color it.
!@#$@!died!@#$@!dyed$%^%$Cynthia found that the holiday season was an especially difficult time to be * her grandfather's death.!@#$@!
"Morning" is the first part of the day, but "mourning" is grieving a loss.
!@#$@!mourning!@#$@!morning$%^%$Judy browsed in the store for more than half an hour, but decided not to * anything.!@#$@!
To "buy" is to purchase, but "by" is a preposition meaning "close to."
Each game consists of ten sentences with a word missing (represented by a blank line in the sentence). After the sentence appears, two words will appear on the screen. Your job will be to select the word which best fits the context of the sentence. Click the correct word to complete the sentence.
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