Cite or Site or Sight?

J. Cheney

Cite is a verb which means to order to appear in court and to quote as an example, authority or proof. Site is a noun which means the actual location or a place or scene of something. As a verb, site means to place or locate on a location or position. Sight is a noun which refers to the sense of seeing. Answer the questions below and then click "submit" to send your answers.

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  1. The (cite, site, sight) for the new swimming pool was once a parking lot.
  2. Your answer:
    sight
    cite
    site


  3. When writing research papers, students are required to (cite, site, sight) their sources of information.
  4. Your answer:
    sight
    cite
    site


  5. As we get older, so do our bodies and the lenses of our eyes. Consequently, our (cite, site, sight) is often affected.
  6. Your answer:
    sight
    cite
    site


  7. One of the most famous Civil War battle (cites, sites, sights) is Gettysburg.
  8. Your answer:
    sites
    cites
    sights


  9. The student reluctantly admitted that he had neglected to (cite, site, sight) the authors whose work he had used to do research for his term paper.
  10. Your answer:
    site
    cite
    sight


  11. When our dog finally returned home after a week's adventure away, she was certainly a (cite, site, sight) for sore eyes! We were thrilled that she had found her way home.
  12. Your answer:
    sight
    site
    cite



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