High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors

High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
High School Grammar Packet: Resolving Common Word Usage Errors
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This grammar resource covers 30 common word usage errors in high school writing and speaking. It is designed to help students recognize and apply standard usage principles in formal communications. This resource is recommended for high school students enrolled in composition classes emphasizing foundational writing skills. An answer key is included.

Usage principles covered include the following:

♦ accept vs. except

♦ advice vs. advise

♦ affect vs. effect

♦ all ready vs. already

♦ all right vs. alright

♦ all together vs. altogether

♦ allusion vs. illusion

♦ among vs. between

♦ amount vs. number

♦ anyway vs. anyways

♦ being as/that vs. since

♦ beside vs. besides

♦ could/would/should have vs. could/would/should of

♦ couldn't care less vs. could care less

♦ each other vs. one another

♦ enthusiastic vs. enthused

♦ farther vs. fewer

♦ fewer vs. less

♦ good vs. well

♦ imply vs. infer

♦ in vs. into

♦ its vs. it's

♦ lay vs. lie

♦ lose vs. loose

♦ principal vs. principle

♦ regardless vs. irregardless

♦ supposedly vs. supposably

♦ than vs. then

♦ who vs. whom

♦ whose vs. who's

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