Sea or See?

M. P. Moore

This quiz is no longer functioning. Please use it for reference purposes only.

Read the statements below and write in the correct word. Remember the differences between the words.

Sea A large body of water, n.

See To observe, v.

  1. It was Kelly's astigmatism not the poor lighting in the room that made (seaing/seeing) difficult for her.
  2. Links to reference material:
    Do you want to learn more about these words?

    Your answer:

  3. He threw a bottle into the river and watched as it drifted out towards the (sea/see).
  4. Your answer:

  5. Because we are two different individuals, we rarely will (sea/see) things the same way.
  6. Your answer:

  7. As I do not number myself among the members of beach culture, I am not likely to be found spending my leisure time near the (sea/see).
  8. Your answer:

  9. An elementary school class watched a lifeguard drag an oil-slicked (seagull/seegull) to shore.
  10. Your answer:

Generated by QuizMaker 2.0.

QuizMaker 2.0 for QuizServer © 1998 University of Hawaii. Developed for the University of Hawaii Office of Technology Transfer and Economic Development in cooperation with Maui Community College. All rights reserved. Any copying, distribution, or preparation of derivative works is strictly prohibited.