Exercise 1: typical word confusions

(Practise using similar-sounding words and phrases)

Typical word confusions – multiple-choice test

Difficulty: medium (3 of 5)

Decide what the missing part in each sentence is. Choose from the similar-sounding words ‘they’re, their, thereyou’re, yourtwo, too, towere, we’re, wherethen, than’.

  • Example: “I’ve brought ________ sandwiches. Would you like to have one?”
    • A. to
    • B. too
    • C. twoCorrect!

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