This quiz is for in-class use and does not have the answers provided. Take the interactive version of the Homophone Quiz 1 for correct answers and results.
Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. Choose the correct word to complete the question. Each question has only one correct answer.
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She wanted to _____ the students in a way they'd never forget.
She read the story _____.
I think we need a new _____ for that lamp.
I used a _____ to cover the window.
Olympia is the _____ of Washington state.
We did some grammar _____ in class last week.
The _____ winds through the beautiful valley.
We saw three _____ on our hike in the mountains.
The full payment is _____ by the end of the month.
I paid fifteen dollars for the _____.
Could you pick up a bag of _____ at the supermarket?
Timothy Leary wrote the _____ to Ken's book.
Students often _____ when I announce a test.
Doctors _____ thousands of patients a year.
Your voice is _____.
His efforts came to _____.
She is the _____ person who speaks French.
His ______ friends are crazy!
She was in _____ for three years.
She looks rather _____.
Success requires a lot of ______.
I _____ the piano for two hours every day.
There are fifteen _____ in the theater.
The ______ was set in the south of France.
Don't ______ at that woman! It's rude.
Tom visited New York, ______.
Results may ______ with daily or weekly use.
I wish my ______ were lower.
My left arm is very ______.
I don't ______ he will come or not.