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Monday, September 17 HOMOPHONES Copy the following into your journal:. guessed (v.) past tense of “to guess,” which means “to predict or estimate” (“He didn’t know the answer, so he guessed.”) guest (n.) a visitor to a home or business (“I was a guest at my friend’s party.”)

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monday september 17 homophones copy the following into your journal

Monday, September 17HOMOPHONESCopy the following into your journal:

guessed(v.) past tense of “to guess,” which means “to predict or estimate” (“He didn’t know the answer, so he guessed.”)

guest(n.) a visitor to a home or business (“I was a guest at my friend’s party.”)

wave (n.) a ridge or swell moving along the surface of the water (“an ocean wave); (v.) to move back and forth or up and down (“to wave goodbye”)

waive(v.) to give up a claim or right voluntarily (“to waive your right to an attorney”)

tuesday september 18 homophones copy the following into your journal

Tuesday, September 18HOMOPHONESCopy the following into your journal:

core (n.) the center or most important part of something (“An apple’s seeds are in its core.”)

corps(n.) a special branch of the armed forces; a group of people acting together (“the Marine Corps”)

prophet (n.) one who speaks with divine inspiration or predicts the future (“God spoke through his prophet.”)

profit (n.)advantageous gain; return on an investment (“the profit from a good business”)

wednesday september 19 homophones copy the following into your journal

Wednesday, September 19HOMOPHONESCopy the following into your journal:

assistants (pl. n.) helpers (“I need three assistants to help me with my project.”)

assistance(n.) aid or help (“The hurricane victims need assistance with food and shelter.”)

shone (v.) past tense of “to shine” (“There were no clouds last night, so the stars shone brightly.”)

shown(v.) past participle of “to show” (“The math teacher has shown his students how to divide fractions three times already.”)

thursday september 20 homophones

Thursday, September 20HOMOPHONES

Use the 12 homophones from this week’s warm-ups in as few sentences as possible. Each sentence must use AT LEAST TWO homophones.

Example: My assistantswaved goodbye when they left.