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In each line of text below there is one word that has been misspelled.

Circle
the misspelled word and then write the correct spelling of the word on the
line on the right side of the page.

Thr was some confusion about the difference between the


Chins birth-year and the Gregorian birth-year.

1.

Because the Chinese New Year startse in late January or early


February, the Chinese yer begins several weeks after the it
bejins in the Gregorian calendar.

3.

If a persen is born in early January, their Chinese birth-year is


the last Gregorian year, not the curent one.

6.

This caused problems because meny people think of the years


as the sam.

8.

For example, 1989 was the year of the snake. The year y990
was the year of the horse. It begane on 26 January 1990. This
means thet anyone born from January 1 to January 25, 1990
was actualy born in the year of the snake not the year of the
horce.

10.

1. begins
2. starts
3. that

4. Chinese
5. person
6. year

Celebrating the Chinese New Year

7. began
8. horse
9. 1990

2.

10. same
11. current
12. actually

4.
5.

7.

9.

11.
12.
13.
14.
13. There
14. many

www.staidenshomeschool.com (c) 2013

In each line of text below there is one word that has been misspelled. Circle
the misspelled word and then write the correct spelling of the word on the
line on the right side of the page.

Thr was some confusion about the difference between the


Chins birth-year and the Gregorian birth-year.

1. There

Because the Chinese New Year startse in late January or early


February, the Chinese yer begins several weeks after the it
bejins in the Gregorian calendar.

3. starts

If a persen is born in early January, their Chinese birth-year is


the last Gregorian year, not the curent one.

6. person

This caused problems because meny people think of the years


as the sam.

8. many

For example, 1989 was the year of the snake. The year y990
was the year of the horse. It begane on 26 January 1990. This
means thet anyone born from January 1 to January 25, 1990
was actualy born in the year of the snake not the year of the
horce.

10. 1990

2. Chinese

4. year
5. begins

7. current

9. same

11. began
12. that
13. actually
14. horse

1. begins

4. Chinese

7. began

10. same

13. There

2. starts
3. that

5. person
6. year

8. horse
9. 1990

11. current
12. actually

14. many

Celebrating the Chinese New Year

www.staidenshomeschool.com (c) 2013