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Misspellings and More Mischievous Mishaps Worksheets - Free to print (PDF files) for ELA: English Language Arts, grade eight and up.
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Misspellings and More Mischievous Mishaps Worksheet #1 - Click here to print. Answer Key: 1. Did someone lose a button? I found one on the floor. 2. How weird it is that we share the same name and birthday! 3. Our town gets a lot of mosquitoes in the summer. 4. Patrick counted the loose change in his pocket; it amounted to four dollars. 5. Michael is taller than Tyrone. 6. It's going to be cold today, so wear a warm coat. 7. Ling just got her acceptance letter; she's definitely going to Harvard. 8. The placebo had no effect on the patient. 9. They're going to Cancun for spring break. 10. Don't forget to bring your book to class.
 
Misspellings and More Mischievous Mishaps Worksheet #2 - Click here to print. Answer Key: 1. We took separate routes to reach the same destination. 2. You left your textbook at my house. 3. Pedro says he's going to their place after school. 4. This simple thing is the guiding principle of my life. 5. Marcus took a bath, then he went to bed. 6. I would have helped you carry that into the house. 7. If you eat that hot pepper, you're going to regret it. 8. There's no point in denying the truth. 9. Maria led the horse to water so it could drink. 10. Don't be such a sore loser.
 
Misspellings and More Mischievous Mishaps Worksheet #3 - Click here to print. Answer Key: 1. It's a new kind of athletic shoe. 2. The bird is feathering its nest. 3. Clare ate a bologna sandwich for lunch. 4. That color really complements your eyes. 5. John is taking time off from work to go camping this weekend. 6. I could've been a contender! 7. Today marks an historic moment in our nation's history. 8. Crystal ate four fewer chicken nuggets than Rupert. 9. You're so amazing! 10. Esther is going to the opera with Esmeralda.
 
 
 
 
CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.8.1- Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.