Wreath vs Wreathe
Rule
Wreath vs Wreathe
  1. Wreath is a NOUN = Refers to an arrangement of flowers, leaves, or stems fastened in a ring and used for decoration or for laying on a grave.
  2. “The queen laid a beautiful wreath on the grave.”
  3. Wreathe is a VERB = Means to cover, surround, or encircle (something)
  4. “He sits in the bar wreathed in smoke.”
Check yourself
  1. 1.
    The new bride wore a vail with a _________ of white flowers.
    Response options:
    • wreathe
    • wreath
  2. 2.
    I was so happy my face was __________in smiles.
    Response options:
    • wreathed
    • wreath
  3. 3.
    Please can I order a small colourful ___________?
    Response options:
    • wreath
    • wreathe
  4. 4.
    I saw the beautiful mountains _________ with clouds.
    Response options:
    • wreath
    • wreathed
  5. 5.
    Emma must remember to take the ___________ to her friends' wedding.
    Response options:
    • wreath
    • wreathe
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