Commonly Confused Words Worksheet: Coarse vs Course

About this Worksheet:

Coarse and course sound alike, but their meanings are different. Coarse is an adjective meaning rough or low quality or rude. Course may be used as a noun that means a path or direction in time or in space. It may also mean a class or a part of a meal. When it is used as a verb it means to move quickly. Coarse or course? Use this printable worksheet to complete each sentence with the correct word. You may find it helpful for Common Core Standards for Language for 4th grade, although it may also be useful for other students.