English Grammar Lesson – Homophones

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English Grammar Lesson – Homophones

English Homophones You Should Know

Are you Confused about the spelling and pronunciation of certain words that sound the same, then you can check this article to get a better pronunciation skills.

Homophones are words that are said ( i.e: have the same pronunciation) and spelled the same way as another word but have a different meaning. Here are some examples:

    • sail – move by wind power
    • sale – bargain price
    • scene – landscape
    • seen – viewed
    • sea – ocean segment
    • see – observe with eyes
    • seam – joining edge
  • seem – appear
    • hi – hello
  • high – up far
    • hoarse – croaky
  • horse – riding animal
    • hole – opening
  • whole – entire
    • holey – full of holes
    • holy – divine
  • wholly – entirely
    • hour – sixty minutes
    • our – belonging to us
    • knead – massage
    • need – desire
    • knight – feudal horseman
    • night – evening
    • knot – tied rope
    • not – negative
    • know – have knowledge
    • no – opposite of yes
    • lead – metal
    • led – was the leader
    • lessen – make smaller
    • lesson – class
    • loan – lend
  • lone – solitary
    • made – did make
  • maid – servant
    • mail – postage
  • male – opposite of female
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