ONLINE ENGLISH VOCABULARY EXERCISE

TOPIC: MISTAKE or ERROR? 1

Choose the best response to complete each of the following sentences. Remember: sometimes, both mistake and error can be used interchangeably. Write BOTH if both options can be used.

1. You made three (mistakes, errors, BOTH) on your test.

2. We sent you that letter in (mistake, error, BOTH). ( = by accident)

3. We sent you that letter by (mistake, error, BOTH). ( = by accident)

4. I'm sorry, my (mistake, error, BOTH). I thought you were someone else.

5. The computer keeps giving me (mistake, error, BOTH) messages.

6. My teacher always points out my (mistakes, errors, BOTH).

7. I thought he was an honest man, but I obviously made (a/an) (mistake, error, BOTH) in judgement.

8. There's (a/an) (mistake, error, BOTH) on my bill.

9. Make no (mistake, error, BOTH) about it: I will win this election.

10. It was (a/an) (mistake, error, BOTH) to have this argument.







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