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Whole vs. Hole




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Whole Vs. Hole

Use the definitions below to determine the word that goes with each sentence.
WHOLE = entire amount, all
HOLE = an opening (more than one is holes)
1. I spent the �afternoon watching TV.
2. The dog dug a �to hide his bone.
3. Timothy and Samantha ate the �pizza.
4 & 5. They had a �around the outside of the �sandcastle.�
6. The tree had a �in it.�
7. The boy dug six �before he found the treasure.
8. You can fall into a �on the ground if you do not watch where you are walking.
9. I read the �book.�
10. The �class signed the get well card for our teacher.�
11. Swiss Cheese has many �in it.�
12. 60 minutes make up one �hour.�
13 & 14. The �punch in the classroom, can punch three �in your paper.�
15. Mom and Dad were happy when my baby brother finally slept the �night.
16. Mom used the entire loaf of bread to make lunch for the �family.�
17. In math four quarters makes one �dollar.�
18. The key goes into the key .�
19. I ripped the �page out of the magazine.�
20. We saw a kid try punch a �in the wall, then told our teacher.�
BONUS:
match word to definition
�= more than one opening
�= entire amount
�= an opening