Grammar and Composition

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capitalize the incorrect spelling:

1. eagerly, economical, ECOMONY, ecstasy
(economy)

2. effervescent, efficacy, ELABORETE, eliminate
(elaborate)

3. FAMILAR, feasible, February, feminine
(familiar)

4. financially, FORMALY, fortune, fundamental
(formally)

5. GOVERMENT, genuine, gracious, gruesome
(government)

6. guidance, gymnasium, gratitude, GRAMMER
(grammar)

7. HANKERCHIEF, haphazard, hazardous, hesitate
(handkerchief)

8. humorous, HORIBLE, hospital, hydraulic
(horrible)

9. icicle, identical, ILLEGABLE, illiterate
(illegible)

10. illustration, imaginative, immediately, IMORTAL
(immortal)

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    11. impatient, imperative, INPORTANT, impossible
    (important)

    12. IMPROVMENT, inconvenience, indefinitely, independence
    (improvement)

    13. industrious, inevitable, INFEROIR, initiative
    (inferior)

    14. jealous, JEOPORDIZE, jewelry, judgment
    (jeopardize)

    15. JUSTIFIBLE, journey, justice, janitor
    (justifable)

    16. kitchen, KNOWLEGE, knuckles, kidney(knowledge)

    17. LABLE, laboratory, language, laundry
    (label)

    18. legislature, LIESURE, liaison, library
    (leisure)

    19. license, lightning, likable, LITARTURE
    (literature)

    20. maintenance, majority, manuscript, MARIAGE
    (marriage)

    thanks

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    They're all correct! :-)

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