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Homophones?

¤  Homonyms

Two or more words that have the same sound or spelling but differ in meaning.

Generally, the term homonym refers both to homophones: words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings, such as ‘row’ (Sp “remar”) and ‘row’ (Sp “fila”) and to homographs (words that are spelled the same but have different meanings, such as ‘row’ (above) and ‘row’ (= a kind of argument)

♦  Click here for  →a list of homonyms←  Those with a different pronunciation are in bold.

crow

¤  →Homophones:

Words with exactly the same pronunciation but different spelling and meaning. A homophone is generally considered a type of homonym.  

•→englishclub.com/pronunciation/homophones.htm⇐

Click below ↓  spot the homophones:

⇒Quiz # 01 ⇐  (homophones?) ⇒Quiz # 02 ⇐

¤  Homographs:

Words that have the same spelling but differ in origin, meaning, and sometimes pronunciation.

•→HOMOGRAPHS 01 ⇐   /   •→HOMOGRAPHS 02 ⇐(…definitions)

◊→  ‘LIKE’  ⇓  preposition  vs  verb

•→http://grammar-teacher.com/like/⇐[+ exercises]

  ¶  PUNS  . . . →[01]← /  →[02]←  /  →[03]← /  →[04]←

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