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Clothes vs. Close (Grade 3)

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Clothes vs. Close

Instructions: Clothes and close are two words that sound a like, but they do not have the same meaning.

Clothes are something you wear. I bought new clothes to wear to school.

Close means to shut or bring to an end. Close the door behind you.

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

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