Heteronyms: Words with different meanings

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A brief explanation about words that look the same but have different meanings and pronunciations; some example sentences and fun illustrations with the Simpsons' characters.

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Heteronyms: Words with different meanings

  1. 1. Realizadores: Cedillo Bahena José Rodrigo José Alberto Hernández Xiangzi Chiu mmmmmm…… wait a moment… ! PLAY ¡¡¡
  2. 2. Heteronyms
  3. 3. Words that are spelled the same but have different pronunciation and meaning. What are heteronyms ?
  4. 4. For example: WIND = VIENTO - La vocal « i » es corta. WIND = ENROLLAR - La vocal « i » es larga.
  5. 5. WHAT YOU HAVE TO DO TO NOT FALL INTO THE TRAP: 1 -. Familiarize yourself with the words. 5 - Look at the context when reading. 2. - READ ALL THE MEANINGS IN THE DICTIONARY. 3 - Do not choose the first word you see, remember that there's more. 4 - Try to memorize the pronunciation of each meaning. 6 -. If you have questions, read it again.
  6. 6. Some advice For example the following sentence: ° The camel walked slowly through the hot, dry desert. The sentence containing the word will give clues to the real meaning and therefore the correct pronunciation. El camello caminó lentamente por el desierto caliente y seco When you translate this phrase into Spanish, it should read as follows:
  7. 7. That goes for not knowing more meanings of the same word ° The camel walked slowly through the hot, dry desert. Fair and necessary! FOOL ! is read as follows If you are not familar with the words you could read something else like: El camello caminó lentamente en el calor seco y se rindió El camello caminó lentamente por el desierto caliente y seco
  8. 8. ° The camel walked slowly through the hot, dry desert. will help you to know that the word "DESERT" should be pronounced with an 'e' short, because in this case refers to the DESERT REGION. In this case, the words: hot, dry El camello caminó lentamente por el desierto caliente y seco Some advice con el acento en la última <<e>> la palabra significa: ABANDONAR, DESERTAR O RENDIRSE.
  9. 9. THINK AND REMEMBER
  10. 10. ENGLISH SIGNIFICADO EN ESPAÑOL WORD TYPE WORD MÁS FRECUENTE 2° OPCIÓN 3° OPCIÓN FAIR NOUN feria exposición verbena ADJETIVE razonable equitativo limpio PLAY VERB jugar actuar tocar NOUN juego obra jugada BACK NOUN espalda respaldo parte trasera VERB regresar respaldar apoyar MISS NOUN señorita error fracaso VERB perder extrañar fallar POINT NOUN punto lugar VERB apuntar señalar DRAW VERB dibujar trazar NOUN empate sorteo PRESENT ADJETIVE tiempo presente actual NOUN regalo presente STAND VERB estar de pie colocar NOUN posición postura
  11. 11. -Did you understand ?
  12. 12. -I guess that's a YES ¡
  13. 13. -THEN. - LET’s have an ACTIVITY ¡
  14. 14. GAME RULES
  15. 15. The wedding _______ WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD The phone _______s Bart _______s football Homer ________s guitar A teddy bear as a ________ The ________ is todayWORD WORD WORD WORD WORD WORD
  16. 16. Can you under stand ?
  17. 17. READY…
  18. 18. WORK
  19. 19. BACK
  20. 20. BODY
  21. 21. PLAY
  22. 22. HEAVY
  23. 23. GLASS
  24. 24. LIKE
  25. 25. MISS
  26. 26. GLASSES
  27. 27. WORK
  28. 28. PRINT
  29. 29. RING
  30. 30. BODY
  31. 31. FAIR
  32. 32. HEAVY
  33. 33. PLAY
  34. 34. POINT
  35. 35. NICE
  36. 36. RING
  37. 37. FAIR
  38. 38. LAST
  39. 39. GLASSES
  40. 40. GLASS
  41. 41. TODAY ¡¡¡¡ PRESENT
  42. 42. I miss you ¡¡¡ MISS
  43. 43. LATE
  44. 44. PLAY
  45. 45. INVALID
  46. 46. BACK
  47. 47. NICE
  48. 48. LIKE
  49. 49. PLAY
  50. 50. LAST
  51. 51. STAND
  52. 52. DRAW
  53. 53. LATE
  54. 54. PRESENT
  55. 55. PRINT
  56. 56. INVALID
  57. 57. DRAW
  58. 58. POINT
  59. 59. STAND

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