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accept - except homophone practice

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									                                                Sep 2006. To print your own copies of this document visit: http://www.skillsworkshop.org/


                 Accept / Except
                 'Accept' has several meanings. The main ones are :-

                 - to believe or agree that something is true
                 - to take something that is given to you

                 'Except' means not including.

                 Write your own sentences
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                 Write a sentence using ‘except’




                 Write a sentence using ‘accept’




                                                      This resource kindly contributed by Gaye Noel g.noel@parklanecoll.ac.uk Park Lane College, Leeds.
Ww/L1.1 L2.1 Spell correctly words most often used at work, studies & daily life. Understand that spelling of homophones is related to meaning & grammar.
To use this worksheet. If you can’t see the drop down menus next to the shaded words select the Forms toolbar and lock the padlock. Use ‘print layout’.
                                                Sep 2006. To print your own copies of this document visit: http://www.skillsworkshop.org/

                 Practice
                 Complete each sentence by choosing the correct word from the
                 menu.


                 1. They had to Choose the correct word that they were wrong.

                 2. He could not Choose the correct word their charity.

                 3. They were all there Choose the correct word his brother.

                 4. She had remembered to pack everything Choose the correct word

                 her toothbrush.

                 5. You must Choose the correct word this as payment for what you

                 have done.

                 6. We are open until eight o'clock every day Choose the correct word

                 Saturday.

                 7. He found it hard to Choose the correct word that she was dead.

                 8. I hope that you will Choose the correct word me as one of the family.

                 9. Do not use this exit Choose the correct word in an emergency.

                 10. Finally, Pamela had to Choose the correct word defeat.




                                                      This resource kindly contributed by Gaye Noel g.noel@parklanecoll.ac.uk Park Lane College, Leeds.
Ww/L1.1 L2.1 Spell correctly words most often used at work, studies & daily life. Understand that spelling of homophones is related to meaning & grammar.
To use this worksheet. If you can’t see the drop down menus next to the shaded words select the Forms toolbar and lock the padlock. Use ‘print layout’.
                                                Sep 2006. To print your own copies of this document visit: http://www.skillsworkshop.org/



                 Check your answers

                 Accept / Except

                 1. They had to accept that they were wrong.

                 2. He could not accept their charity.

                 3. They were all there except his brother.

                 4. She had remembered to pack everything except her toothbrush.

                 5. You must accept this as payment for what you have done.

                 6. We are open until eight o'clock every day except Saturday.

                 7. He found it hard to accept that she was dead.

                 8. I hope that you will accept me as one of the family.

                 9. Do not use this exit except in an emergency.

                 10. Finally, Pamela had to accept defeat.




                                                      This resource kindly contributed by Gaye Noel g.noel@parklanecoll.ac.uk Park Lane College, Leeds.
Ww/L1.1 L2.1 Spell correctly words most often used at work, studies & daily life. Understand that spelling of homophones is related to meaning & grammar.
To use this worksheet. If you can’t see the drop down menus next to the shaded words select the Forms toolbar and lock the padlock. Use ‘print layout’.

								
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