Commonly Confused Words: Cite vs. Sight vs. Site

About this Worksheet:

Cite, sight and site sound alike, but their meanings are different. Cite is a verb meaning to quote or to use as proof. Sight is a noun meaning the ability to see or a thing that is seen. It may also be a verb meaning to aim. Site is a noun meaning a location or a website on the Internet. Choose cite, sight, or site to complete each sentence in this free printable worksheet.