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Bazaar vs. Bizarre (Grade 8)

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Bazaar vs. Bizarre

Instructions: Bazaar and bizarre are two words that sound very similar, but they have very different meanings.

Bazaar is a market, particularly one found in the Middle East. We shopped for Christmas gifts at the craft bazaar.

Bizarre is an adjective that means very strange or unusual. The hail that covered the ground after the summer storm created a very bizarre scene.

Fill in the blanks in the sentences below to practice using these two words correctly.

1. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

While in Germany, we visited the holiday                .
  1. bazaar
  2. bizarre
2. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

My mom and I found some                 statues at the flea market.
  1. bazaar
  2. bizarre
3. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

We headed to the                 to find the perfect fabric for my new sari.
  1. bazaar
  2. bizarre
4. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

We decided to advertise at the local                 because we knew it would be full of people.
  1. bazaar
  2. bizarre
5. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

Many of the director's movies are known for their                 animations and special effects.
  1. bazaar
  2. bizarre
6. 
Choose the word that best fits in the blank.

My friend enjoys                 flavor combinations, like pickle juice and strawberry jam.
  1. bazaar
  2. bizarre

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