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Continual Assessment 2 (#1): Section H

Correct each word in bold for spelling and each underlined word for grammar.
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Golf originated from a game played on the eastern coast of Scotland during the 15th century. Players (1) will usually hit a pebble along a natural (2) kause of sand dunes, rabbit runs and tracks with a stick (3) and a primitive club. The (4) populareety of golf soon spread quickly to Europe and the upper class were often (5) see teeing off on a Sunday afternoon at the many clubs which (6) spring up.

The first official (7) refirance to golf was in the historic town of St. Andrews in 1552. In 1754, the St Andrews Society of Golfers was formed to compete in its annual (8) compitetion. Golf was confirmed as a global sport (9) while it was made an Olympic sport in 1900. Now, every four years, players the world gather to play for the (10) trofee known as the St Andrews' Cup. To score a coup at the prestigious international event would establish one as golfer supreme in the world of golf.

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(1)  would
(2)  course
(3)  or
(4)  popularity
(5)  seen
(6)  sprang
(7)  reference
(8)  competition
(9)  when
(10) trophy

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