Asked in Homographs Homonyms and Homophones
How do you use the homophones course and coarse in a sentence?
Of course the language in the play is coarse; it's Mamet.
Asked in Grammar
A sentence with course and coarse?
Although the words coarse and course sound the same they have totally different meanings. Coarse is a type of texture and a course can be a lesson learned in school. The girl wanted to take a course in design using coarse types of fabric, is an example of how to use them both in a sentence. ...
What is a sentence that has course and coarse in it?
I want to take a course on how to make a bulletin board of cork and coarse fabric. He is so coarse he should take a course in etiquette. The sand trap on the golf course is filled with coarse sand. I will course my coarse coated Airedales at the field trials. [Course is usually used as a noun but can also be used as a verb. Coarse is used as an adjective.] ...