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Homographs homophones and homonyms list in PDF.

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Homographs homophones and homonyms list in PDF. There are also examples of how to use each one.

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Homographs homophones and homonyms list in PDF.

  1. 1. HOMOPHONES, HOMOGRAPHS, & HOMONYMS Dictionary Project
  2. 2. Words that sound alike but have different meanings and different spellings Homophones
  3. 3. Homophone Examples  Accept vs. Except  Allowed vs. Aloud  Already vs. All Ready  Ant vs. Aunt  Ascent vs. Assent  Bare vs. Bear  Beat vs. Beet  Billed vs. Build  Blew vs. Blue  Board vs. Bored  Brake vs. Break  By, Buy, vs. Bye  Capital vs. Capitol  Cell vs. Sell  Cent, Sent, vs. Scent  Dear vs. Deer
  4. 4. More Examples  Die vs. Dye  Fir vs. Fur  For vs. Four  Heal vs. Heel  Hear vs. Here  Heard vs. Herd  Hole vs. Whole  Immigrate vs. Emigrate  It’s vs. Its  Knew vs. New  Know vs. No  Made vs. Maid  Mail vs. Male  Main vs. Mane  Meat vs. Meet  Medal vs. Metal
  5. 5. More Examples  Morning vs. Mourning  Oar, Or, vs. Ore  Pain vs. Pane  Pair, Pare, vs. Pear  Past vs. Passed  Peace vs. Piece  Plain vs. Plane  Pore, Pour, vs. Poor  Red vs. Read  Right, Write, vs. Rite  Scene vs. Seen  Seam vs. Seem  Sew, So, vs. Sow  Sight, Cite, vs. Site  Sole vs. Soul  Some vs. Sum
  6. 6. More Examples  Than vs. Then  Their, There, vs. They’re  Threw vs. Through  To, Too, vs. Two  Vary vs. Very  Waist vs. Waste  Ware, Wear, vs. Where  Way vs. Weigh  Weather vs. Whether  Week vs. Weak  Which vs. Witch
  7. 7. We aren’t allowed to read aloud in the library. We have already eaten breakfast; now we are all ready for school. Homophone Sentences
  8. 8. Words that are spelled the same but have different meanings. They are often pronounced differently. Homographs
  9. 9. Homograph Examples  Close = to shut  Close = near by  Convict = to accuse  Convict = a criminal  Minute = 60 seconds  Minute = small; tiny  Suspect = to question  Suspect = someone in question  Wind = blowing air  Wind = to wrap or roll up
  10. 10. Please close the door close to the balcony. The jury convicted the convict of robbery. Homograph Sentences
  11. 11. Words the same in sound and spelling but different in meaning (Homophone & Homograph) Homonyms
  12. 12. Homonym Examples  Left = direction; opposite right  Left = to leave behind  Right = correct  Right = direction; opposite of left  Stalk = part of plant  Stalk = following or harassing someone  State = a place within the country  State = to say  Quarter= 25 cents  Quarter = ¼
  13. 13. The dog barks at the tree bark. I left my purse to the left of me. Homonym Sentences
  14. 14. Dictionary Project Must include a combination of homophones, homographs, and homonyms Must include at least 50 word pairs Must include the words and their definitions Must be organized alphabetically Must be neat, organized, and colorful Include 20 word pairs in a short story in the back of your dictionary. Highlight all homophones, homographs, and homonyms within the story.

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