Homophones and homographs

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* Students level: Intermediate

* The objective of this activity is to give the student the knowledge and check the understanding of the intermediate student about this topic (Homophones & Homographs)

* The activity will be at the end of the lesson as a revision
for what they have been taught before.

* The student should answer these questions correctly.

* The student will benefit from the activities because it will help them to build their knowledge and vocabulary, distinguish between Homophones and Homographs.

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Homophones and homographs

  1. 1. Homophones and Homographs PREPARED BY : NOUF AHMED ID : 08120191
  2. 2. * Students level: Intermediate • * The objective of this activity is to give the student • the knowledge and check the understanding of the student about this topic (Homophones intermediate & Homographs) * The activity will be at the end of the lesson as a revision for what they have been taught before. * The student should answer these questions • correctly. * The student will benefit from the activities because it will help them to build their knowledge and vocabulary, distinguish between Homophones and Homographs.
  3. 3. Homophones are words which have the  same pronunciation as each other but different spellings and meanings
  4. 4. Homographs Are words which are spelt the  same as each other but which have a different Meaning.
  5. 5. 1) Which is the correct word for the picture? Eye / I  Not / Knot Ate / Eight Next
  6. 6. 2) Which is the correct picture for the word ? 1) Deer 2) Buoy Next
  7. 7. 3) What is the meaning of this word? 1- (Gold is more expensive than lead) : A. The one who influences or leads others. B. kind of the metals. 2- (The mother duck leads her ducklings around ): A. The one who influences or leads others B. kind of the metals Next
  8. 8. What is the meaning of this word? 3) ( Will you please close that door! ) a) Near b) move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut 4) ( The tiger was now so close that I could smell it ) a) Near b) move so that an opening or passage is obstructed; make shut Next
  9. 9. 4) Are those groups of words: Homophones OR Homographs 1): a) Homophones & Buy by & advise & except 2): Ring Bow Bass Desert b) Homographs advice accept a) Homophones b) Homographs
  10. 10. Remember!! Homophones Same: Homographs Same: Spelling pronunciatio n Different : Meaning Different: spelling and meaning
  11. 11. Thank you Nouf Ahmad
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