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Homophones

  1. 1. Homophones
  2. 2. HomophonesMany words in English sound the same but have got different spellings and meanings.
  3. 3. Homophones• ate • eight
  4. 4. HomophonesMark ate in the Parliament building yesterday.
  5. 5. HomophonesWe met at eighto’clock.
  6. 6. HomophonesShe ate eight sandwiches.
  7. 7. Homophones• hour • our
  8. 8. HomophonesThis film is one hour long.
  9. 9. HomophonesSally said,”That’s our house.”
  10. 10. HomophonesOur horse is in the farm, it’s one hour from here.
  11. 11. Homophones• there • their
  12. 12. HomophonesDiane’s law firm is over there.
  13. 13. HomophonesThe neighbours are selling their house.
  14. 14. HomophonesTheir car is parked over there.
  15. 15. Homophones• week • weak
  16. 16. HomophonesI visit my friends every week.
  17. 17. HomophonesSally was in hospital because she was weak.
  18. 18. HomophonesShe felt weak a week ago.
  19. 19. Homophones• won • one
  20. 20. HomophonesLeslie won first prize.
  21. 21. HomophonesMike ran one marathon in his life.
  22. 22. HomophonesI won one prize in all my life.
  23. 23. Homophones• two • too
  24. 24. HomophonesMary went to the school for two years.
  25. 25. HomophonesI love chocolate. I love ice cream too.
  26. 26. HomophonesTwo fans told me that they love my music too.
  27. 27. Homophones• wear • where
  28. 28. HomophonesWe always wearjeans, T-shirtsand sandals.
  29. 29. HomophonesWhere do you live?
  30. 30. HomophonesWhere can I wearthis fancy dress?
  31. 31. Homophones •I • eye
  32. 32. HomophonesI went to the cinema with my cousin.
  33. 33. HomophonesThe doctor told me to close my left eye.
  34. 34. HomophonesI hurt my eye with my hand.
  35. 35. Homophones• right • write
  36. 36. HomophonesThey write with their right hand.
  37. 37. Homophones• hole • whole
  38. 38. HomophonesThe whole audience saw the hole in the ground.
  39. 39. Homophones• piece • peace
  40. 40. HomophonesShe gave me apiece of cake.
  41. 41. HomophonesPeace is the opposite of war.
  42. 42. Homophones• son • sun
  43. 43. HomophonesMy son draws the sun in all his pictures.
  44. 44. Homophones• hear • here
  45. 45. HomophonesCan you hear that she is here?
  46. 46. Homophones• plane • plain
  47. 47. HomophonesThe woman in the plane was wearing a very plain dress.
  48. 48. Homophones• see • sea
  49. 49. HomophonesThe sea you can see from the window is the Mediterranean.
  50. 50. Homophones• aloud • allowed
  51. 51. HomophonesShe cried aloud. I could hear her.
  52. 52. HomophonesI am not allowed to drink soda.
  53. 53. Homophones• cereal • serial
  54. 54. HomophonesRice is a type of cereal.
  55. 55. HomophonesThey watch that serial on TV at night.
  56. 56. Homophones• its • it’s
  57. 57. HomophonesIt is my dog’s bone. It’s its bone.
  58. 58. Homophones• know • no
  59. 59. HomophonesOh no! I don’t know the answer to this question.
  60. 60. Homophones• cheque • check
  61. 61. HomophonesPlease check your cheque. I think it’s false.
  62. 62. Homophones• way • weigh
  63. 63. HomophonesDo you know the way to the cottage?
  64. 64. HomophonesThese boxes weigha lot.
  65. 65. Homophones• wait • weight
  66. 66. HomophonesCan you wait for me? The weight is hurting my back.
  67. 67. Homophones• sail • sale
  68. 68. HomophonesThis ship has a sail and it’s on sale.
  69. 69. Homophones• flower • flour
  70. 70. HomophonesThere is some flour in the cupboard, and there is a flower in the garden.
  71. 71. Homophones• wood • would
  72. 72. HomophonesWould you like apiece of wood forthe fireplace?
  73. 73. Homophones• board • bored
  74. 74. HomophonesI am bored because board.
  75. 75. Homophones• roll • role
  76. 76. HomophonesThere is a cheese roll on the table, it’s Jane’s.
  77. 77. HomophonesWhat’s your role inthe play?
  78. 78. Homophones• site • sight
  79. 79. HomophonesThere is a good sight of this Greek site.
  80. 80. Homophones• stair • stare
  81. 81. HomophonesStare at the stair for some minutes and then draw it.
  82. 82. Homophones• tale • tail
  83. 83. HomophonesThey are reading this tale to their children.
  84. 84. HomophonesAnimals such as dogs, cats, etc… have got a tail.
  85. 85. Homophones• waist • waste
  86. 86. HomophonesThe girl has got a very thin waist.
  87. 87. HomophonesIt’s a waste of time to be waiting till midnight, he won’t come.
  88. 88. Homophones• weather • whether
  89. 89. HomophonesThe weather is changing, I’m not sure whether to go out or to stay at home.
  90. 90. Homophones• whose • who’s
  91. 91. HomophonesWhose is this book?It’s Sue’s. Who’sthat girl?
  92. 92. Homophones• blew • blue
  93. 93. HomophonesThe wind blew my kite across the playground.
  94. 94. HomophonesI love the colour blue.
  95. 95. Homophones• board • bored
  96. 96. HomophonesDo you like to play any board games?
  97. 97. HomophonesWhen I havenothing to do I getbored.
  98. 98. Homophones• brake • break
  99. 99. HomophonesI didn’t use the brake on my bike and ran into the tree!
  100. 100. HomophonesI need a break from all this homework!
  101. 101. Homophones• by • buy
  102. 102. HomophonesI have to finish my homework by 7:00p.m. today.
  103. 103. HomophonesI would love to buy a new baseball glove!
  104. 104. Homophones• by • bye
  105. 105. HomophonesCan you wave bye to your friend from the window?
  106. 106. Homophones• buy • bye
  107. 107. HomophonesHe wanted to buy something, so he said bye and went to the shop.
  108. 108. Homophones• cent • sent
  109. 109. HomophonesIt was ten per cent more expensive in this shop.
  110. 110. HomophonesHe sent a parcel to his friend.
  111. 111. Homophones• bawl • ball
  112. 112. HomophonesFans always bawl at concerts.
  113. 113. HomophonesI got a new bat and ball last week.
  114. 114. Homophones• ant • aunt
  115. 115. HomophonesThere is a fable of the ant and the cicada.
  116. 116. HomophonesMy aunt bought me a new bike!
  117. 117. Homophones• bare • bear
  118. 118. HomophonesThe lanscape is bare of vegetation.
  119. 119. HomophonesWinnie the Pooh isa friendly bear.
  120. 120. Homophones• be • bee
  121. 121. HomophonesWhat do you wantto be when yougrow up?
  122. 122. HomophonesI was stung by a bee.
  123. 123. Homophones• been • bean
  124. 124. HomophonesWhere have youbeen all this time?
  125. 125. HomophonesEat that last green bean on your plate!
  126. 126. Homophones• beat • beet
  127. 127. HomophonesI beat you in the race, I was first!
  128. 128. HomophonesHe is as red as a beet.
  129. 129. Marga Renedo Gómez

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