WITCH: a person, especially a woman, who is supposed to practice magic or sorcery;
The witch turned mean boy into a frog.
WHICH: What one?
Which road shall we take? Which dress do you like?
THERE: Indicates a place
On Friday they went there.
THEIR: Shows ownership
They washed their car.
THEY’RE: Contraction of “they are”. Notice apostrophe.
They’re going to go to the circus.
AW: Used to express sentimental or sugary approval.
“Aw! The baby is so cute!”
AWE: An overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration,fear, etc.
He was in awe of his hero.
ALL: The whole of; everything
He ate all of the cookies.
WHERE: In or at what place?
Where is the dog?
WERE: Past tense of be.
Were they with you?
WE’RE: Contraction of “we are”
We’re going to church.
TO: Used for expressing motion or direction toward a point
They came to the house.
TOO: In addition; also
He wanted a chocolate bar, too.
TWO: A number
She had two dresses.
PRINCIPAL:The head or director of a school.
The principal wants to be your pal.
PRINCIPLE: A fundamental, or general law or truth. An accepted o rule of action or conduct.
He knew he should give in but he chose to stand by his principle.