A verb is an acting word
A verb is an action word
A verb is actually a word
A verb shows determination
An abstract noun
A proper noun
A collective noun
A common noun
This chocolate sauce really compliments the dessert.
This chocolate sauce really complements the desert.
This chocolate sauce really compliments the desert.
This chocolate sauce really complements the dessert.
Two simple sentences joined with a conjunction
A simple sentence
I never lend Savannah anything because she always loses things.
I never lend Savannah anything since she always looses things.
I never lend Savannah anything sense she always loses things.
I never lend Savannah anything because she always looses things.
Their always bickering.
They're always bickering.
Theyre always bickering.
There always bickering.
A word that sounds the same but has a different meaning
A word that is opposite in meaning
A word that has a similar meaning
A word that is spelt the same
Personification gives human qualities to non-human things
Personification gives human qualities to people
Who's is that big umbrella? Is it her's?
Who's is that big umbrella? Is it hers?
Whose big umbrella is that? Is it hers?
Whose that big umbrella? Is it hers?
Added to the end of a word to change its meaning
Added to the beginning of a word to change its meaning
Added to a word from Latin
Added to the middle of a word to strengthen it
To show an action
To name a word
To describe a movement
None of the above
Possession and contraction
All of the above
Sentences that ask questions
Sentences to show emotion
Sentences that are simple
When a full stop has been overused