Hear the homophone - Education is 4 Life

Hear the homophone - Education is 4 Life

Hear the homophone Homophone A bear A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word Or to be bare! but means a different thing! For example: Where does the word Homophone come from?

Homo phone = = The same = Sound = the same sound WARNING! Homophones can create confusion. You must check carefully which one you should use or your work will be incorrect. Use a dictionary to help you.

Spot the homophone Hear There Here Wood Their No Would Blue See Sea

Right Know Chews Rain Blew Choose Write Reign Listen to the question and try to work out which is the correct homophone. Think carefully before you answer! Spot the mistake Jo handed

some work in but there are a few homophone mistakes. How many can you spot? Deer sir You asked me to right a letter to ewe for homework so I have. You said I should chews what I should rite. I could knot decide what two do. So I will tell you about my holiday at the see side. I had a good view of the

blew sea from my hotel. It was a long weigh away from hear. I hope you had a good holiday to. Spot the mistake Deer sir You asked me to right a letter to ewe for homework so I have. You said I should chews what I should rite. I could knot decide what two do. So I will tell you about my holiday at the see side. I had a good view of the blew sea from my

hotel. It was a long weigh away from hear. I hope you had a good holiday to. Deer sir You asked me to right a letter to ewe for homework so I have. You said I should chews what I should rite. I could knot decide what two do. So I will tell you about my holiday at the see side. I had a good view of the blew sea from my hotel. It was a long weigh away from hear. I hope you had a good

holiday to. Homophone quiz Can you define a homophone? Give 3 examples of homophones What are the dangers of homophones when you are writing?

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