ENGLISH VOCABULARY PRACTICE





Topic: Common vocabulary mistakes/errors - One or two words? 1

Many people, even some native speakers, aren't always sure whether something should be written as two words or one. This exercise will help you practice making that distinction.


1. They used to live together, but now they live ____________.
  a part
  apart

2. I gave him ____________ of my inheritance.
  a part
  apart

3. That is an ____________ different problem.
  all together
  altogether

4. They were sitting ____________ in the living room.
  altogether
  all together

5. I would be able to single out ____________ song of theirs that I like best.
  any one
  anyone

6. I don't see ____________ here that I know.
  any one
  anyone

7. He spoke to me in ____________ that made me feel very special.
  a way
  away

8. He will be ____________ for the next two weeks.
  away
  a way

9. I'm ____________ tired.
  all ready
  already

10. I'm ____________ to go.
  already
  all ready



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