Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: A Lot vs. Alot vs. Allot

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A lot, alot, and allot sound alike, but one is not a word and the other two have different meanings.
A lot is a two-word phrase made up of an article (a) and a noun (lot). It means a great amount or many. Alot is not a word. It is a misspelling of a lot. It should not be used in writing. Allot is a verb meaning to distribute or assign. Use this printable worksheet to master the use of each word. You may find it helpful for Common Core Standards for Language for 4th grade, although it may also be useful for other students.