|COMMONLY CONFUSED WORDS (Part 3)||English Lesson
In today’s lesson, Kevin breaks down even more pairs of commonly confused words.
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DIRECTIONS: Choose the word that makes each sentence correct.
1. We should study (a while/awhile) for our test tomorrow.
2. I (already/all ready) told you I was going to be late.
3. He eats strawberries (a lot/allot).
4. We were (all together/altogether) pleased with our performance at the concert.
5. You should think for (a while/awhile) before you make a decision.
6. Mr. Smith said we could leave when we were (already/all ready).
7. I wish our teacher would (a lot/allot) us more time to finish this project.
8. We have so much fun when we’re (all together/altogether).
9. Just sit back and relax (a while/awhile).
10. I would like to (a lot/allot) ten dollars to each contestant.
3. a lot
5. a while
6. all ready
8. all together