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Grade 4 Lesson 28. Contractions & Homographs. Contractions. When we combine two words into a new word and leave out a letter or letters, we call it a contraction. We use an apostrophe to show where the missing letter(s) should be. Example: where + will = where’ll . More Contractions.

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grade 4 lesson 28

Grade 4Lesson 28

Contractions &

Homographs

contractions
Contractions

When we combine two words into a new word and leave out a letter or letters, we call it a contraction.

We use an apostrophe to show where the missing letter(s) should be.

Example: where + will = where’ll

more contractions
More Contractions

Where + is = where’s

Could + not = couldn’t

Would + not = wouldn’t

Should + not = shouldn’t

Did + not = didn’t

You + are = you’re

We + are = we’re

They + are = they’re

I + have = I’ve

homographs
Homographs

Homo = same Graph = to write or draw

Homographs are words which have the same spelling, but different meanings. They may also have different pronunciations or sounds.

Often, the different pronunciations indicate a different part of speech (noun or verb).

homographs1
Homographs

My sister got her driver’s permit yesterday.

The teacher will not permit us to write in ink.

The police caught the suspect.

I suspect she is the one who did it.

We drove to the overlook in the mountains.

I will overlook your insult.

spelling words
Spelling Words

permit where’ll

rebel where’s

suspect couldn’t

reject wouldn’t

resent shouldn’t

proceed didn’t

research they’re

overlook you’re

read we’re

wind I’ve