knew/new, know/no

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

1. Know means to be well informed about, to recognize.

2. No means not at all.

3. Knew is the past tense of "know".

4. New means appearing, thought of, made for the first time.

Write in the correct word here and on your paper; click "submit" at the end.

  1. I (knew,new) that person when I was in high school, but we lost contact through the years.
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  3. There is (know, no) reason to blame someone else for the mistakes you have made in your life, just resolve to do better in the future.
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  5. Some people have discovered that buying a (knew, new) car costs much more than their budgets will allow due to the additional costs of tax, license, registration fees, and car insurance.
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  7. The five year old girl said, "I (know,no) how to cook a cake myself,now, Mommy." This made the girl's mother look in dismay at what had been her neat, clean kitchen.
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  9. (Know,No) one seems to (know,no) the whereabouts of the hammer when I need it to complete a project.
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