Stare vs Stair
Rule
Stare vs Stair
  1. Stare is a VERB = Means to have a fixed look at someone or something with eyes wide open.
  2. “Please stop staring at me.”
  3. Stair is a NOUN = Refers to a set of steps leading from one floor of a building to another.
  4. “Emma walked up the long stairs.”
Check yourself
  1. 1.
    I found my friend sitting on the bottom ___________.
    Response options:
    • stair
    • stare
  2. 2.
    Do you think it is impolite to __________ at someone?
    Response options:
    • stare
    • stair
  3. 3.
    Please do not run up the _________, you will fall over.
    Response options:
    • stairs
    • stares
  4. 4.
    She gave him a frosty __________.
    Response options:
    • stair
    • stare
  5. 5.
    He slipped on the wet __________.
    Response options:
    • stares
    • stairs
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