Unlocking the Secrets:. Homophones and Homographs. English words that sound alike but are spelled differently AND have different meanings too Examples are: I, eye, aye dear, deer buy, by, bye their, they’re, there. Homophones. eye I aye. More examples.
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AND have different meanings too
I, eye, aye
buy, by, bye
their, they’re, thereHomophones
Look at the wordlight:
Please turn on thelight.
This has to do with illumination.
(Don’t know what illumination means? LOOK IT UP!)
It was aslightas a feather.
This has to do with how heavy it is.
Which fan is an admirer of someone or something?
Which fankeeps you cool?
(Do you know?)
read bowl lean punch
bow bass close wind
second lead live does
present tear wind wound