Choose is or are for each sentence.
Commonly Confused Words Worksheets
Here you'll find worksheet activities that help students sort through the confusing issue of confusing words! Word pairs like accept/except, personal/personnel, to/two/too and others can sometimes be difficult for students to correctly apply in their writing. These worksheets are designed to help reinforce correct word usage. We'll be adding more worksheets here in the future.
Choose will or would to complete each sentence.
Complete the sentences below using the wishful form were.
Choose can, was able to, may or might to complete each sentence.
Choose lie, lay or laid to complete each sentence.
Choose sit, sat or set to complete each sentence.
Choose rise, rose, raise or raised to complete each sentence.
“They’re,” “their” and “there” are the focus of this worksheet.
This worksheet features those commonly misused words, “its” and “it’s.”
The apostrophe makes all the difference in this worksheet on “your” and “you’re.”
Your student will work on using the words are and our in sentences.
Here’s a worksheet on the homophones bear and bare.
Let’s work on breath and breathe!
There’s alot to know when you’re in school and this printable worksheet will help your students allot enough time to figuring it out!
Is it accept or except? Words can be confusing, but this printable worksheet helps make sense of these 2 words.
Help your students determine whether to use affect or effect. A printable worksheet gives them sentences to complete using the correct word. And it’s free!
Common core standards can be a little simpler when you use this free printable worksheet to learn the difference between aid and aide.
Reading aloud is not allowed in the library! Print out this free worksheet and see if I have used aloud and allowed correctly!
Sometimes you have to alter your thinking and what better way than this free worksheet? Print it out and complete the sentences using the correct form of alter and altar.
Sometimes it helps to take a break and look over a free printable worksheet to figure out when to use brake or break.