Principal vs Principle
Rule
Principal vs Principle
  1. Principal is a NOUN= Means the most important or senior person in an organization or group.
  2. “She has a meeting with the school principal.”
  3. Principle is a NOUN = Means a fundamental rule or belief of one's behaviour.
  4. “We all agreed to the office rules in principle.”
Check yourself
  1. 1.
    The naughty children were sent to the ____________ office.
    Response options:
    • principles
    • principal's
  2. 2.
    Students agreed to help buy more books in ____________.
    Response options:
    • principle
    • principal
  3. 3.
    Did the __________ have a meeting with the parents last week?
    Response options:
    • principle
    • principal
  4. 4.
    What are the basic ___________ of Christianity?
    Response options:
    • principles
    • principals
  5. 5.
    Jack was sent to the ___________ for smoking in the office!
    Response options:
    • principal
    • principle
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