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Threw vs. Through (Grade 4)

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Threw vs. Through

Instructions: Threw and through are two words that sound alike, but have different meanings.

Threw is the past tense of throw. We threw the rotten apples away.
Through is a preposition that means to go from one side to another. My dad drove through the tunnel.

Test your knowledge of these two words by filling in the blanks in the sentences below.

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