Commonly Confused Words All together/ altogether
All together: all in one place, all at once • Altogether: completely; on the whole Commonly Confused Words
My best friends are going to the fair (all together, altogether). • If people in horror movies would stay (altogether, all together) they probably wouldn’t die as quickly. • My 2nd hour is (all together, altogether) insane. • That was (all together, altogether) the best dinner ever. Directions: Choose the appropriate words for the following sentences.
All together • All together • Altogether • Altogether Key:
Ben had a real shnooglehere. He had to come up with something really funny, and it had to be fast! If he couldn’t, there might be a new class clown at Cooper Elementary! Ben bnaggledhis lunch tray and moved to the salad bar thinking furiously. Then, something green caught his eye. That was it! He radlelyscooped a large spoonful of the small green slices on top of his pizza. He then carefullystrolled over to where the group of knufflingstudents was seated. He acted like he didn’t even notice they were there. He sat down and began to arrange the jalapeno peppers evenly over the slice of pizza. • Based on the context what does the word shnoogle mean? • Exciting • Nervous • Problem • Fit • Based on the context what does the word bnaggled mean? • Snatched • Bagged • Bragged • Smuggled • Based on the context what does the word radley mean? • Rudely • Carefully • Stupidly • Smartly • Based on the context what does the word knuffling mean? • Shuffling • Snuffling • Quiet • Laughing Context Clues