Morawa in English

II LO Przemyśl, Poland

Homophones

Homophones are words that sound the same when you pronounce them, but have different meanings and different spellings:

right/write
sight/cite/site
bear/bare
base/bass
bay/bey
be/bee
beach/beech
beat /beet
pair/pear
boy/buoy
days/daze
beau/bow
billed/build

to, too, two
ate, eight
bite, byte, bight
carrot, caret
facts, fax
heal, heel

right, rite, write, wright
throne, thrown
peal, peel
raise, raze
through, threw
caught, court
pane, pain
teem, team

be-bee
bare-bear
where-wear
there-their
bay-bey
rite-right
hare-hair
throne-thrown
raise-raze
flour-flower
pair-pear
ate-eight
size-sighs

wait-weight
for-four
roam-Rome
wood-would
rite-right
site-sight
feat-feet
weight-wait
beet-beat
there-their-they’re

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