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Practicing Homophones
into groups of two and give each pair a set of homophone cards.
Homophones are words that sound alike but they have different meanings and spellings. Circle the homophones in each sentence. 1.
Homophones Word List
Commonly Misspelled Words
Homophones are words that sound alike.

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Credibility suffers when people use the wrong homophone — ROBINSON COLUMN
Grammar is my focus today; specifically, my homophonia (or fear of the incorrect use of homophones). The collective "we" are quickly losing the ability to communicate properly.
Teacher suspended for criticizing gay 'marriage' reinstated
And imagine the KKK threatened to boycott the school if they didn't reinstate him. enough said of the kind of support homophobes like whim have : white supremacists groups. homophones and the KKK are one and the same.
Out Print: Young Gliss, Beanie Sigel, Reading Rainbow, Cat Vet, The World We
Brought to you by the lovely people at Vitamin Water and Vice and curated by Danish shoegazers The Raveonettes comes a free show at Sigma Studios with Reading Rainbow, Cat Vet, and The Homophones.
Chinese internet slang's gonna make you 囧
Chinese is also packed with homophones. Sometimes different characters have precisely the same pronunciation, such as 是 which means "is" and 事 which means "thing", but both are pronounced "shì". Other times the difference is simply in intonation.
Em is for Mountie, Zed is for Zamboni, eh?
Did You Say Pears?

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Homophone - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A homophone is a word that is pronounced the same as another word but differs in meaning.
Homophones - Your Complete List of Homophones
Homophones - A complete list of English HOMOPHONES.
Suber & Thorpe, "An English Homophone Dictionary"
Homophones are words of the same language that are pronounced alike even if they differ in spelling, meaning, or origin, such as "pair" and "pear".
Homephones are words that sound the same but have different spellings/ meanings. This page will teach you many homophones in English.
Homophone Super Match Game - Scholastic
This index page presents grammar games for teachers to give to their students to practice a variety of grammar skills.

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