’Twas the knight before Christmas,End awl threw the house,Knot a creature was stirring,Knot even a mouse.
ow many misspelled words canyou find in these first four linesof the famous poem “The NightBefore Christmas”?How about
?That’s right, my fellow phrase flingers,there are
misspelled words. There is,however, some terrible word usage.All of the words that seem out of place are actually
), words that soundalike (and are sometimes even spelledalike) but have different meanings.Here’s another example: The word
can mean “to carry a heavy load,” but itcan also mean the animal, and the word
is usually what babies are.If yew give it sum thought and keepyore ears open, yule find their are minidifferent homonyms that people yewsawn a daily bases.
for the moment at least, Cheetohs, a ham sandwich, and a Dr. Pepper.
Reci p e
ser v es:
1 or mor e play er s
i ngr ed i ents:
•Pencil and paper or Noodle Book •A f amous poem, nur ser y r hy me, or song (or ev en a passage f r om theBible or the Declar ation of Independence!)