What is homophones?
Homophones are words which are pronounced the same, spelled differently and have different meanings. For example night and Knight.
there are no homophones of hello
There are two homophones for "their": there and they're.
homophones for wait
There are no common homophones that include synonyms for romantic. There are the homophones sweet (taste or personality) and suite, and the homophones beau (suitor) and bow (weapon or decoration).
Homophones for "ware" are "wear" and "where."
The homophones for there are they're and their.
Some homophones for there are their and they're.
"There" and "They're" are two homophones for their.
Wok is the homophones of walk.
You don't make homophones. Two words are homophones if they are pronounced the same way but differ in meaning, spelling or both (e.g. bare and bear) Some words are homophones some are not. aid and aide are homophones that start with 'a'.
Yes i think it is homophones
Yes bizarre and bazaar are homophones.
The answer is no and know, which are homophones.
Byte and bight are homophones for bite.
The homophones for their is there as in over there they're as in they're (or they are) happy
They are homophones.
Yes, who's and whose are homophones.
Homophones for hoard include horde and whored.
Yes. There are homophones in the French language.
Kernel and Colonel are Homophones.
No, Eggos and Legos are rhyming words, but not homophones.
Two homophones for "pear" are "pare" and "pair."
pair, pare, pear and pere are homophones
there are two homophones for "there". there is "their" as in it is their toy. there is "they're"wich means they are.
"Feel" and "fill" are not homophones.
Homophones sound the same, but they have different definitions and their spelling is different.
yes i wanted 10 homophones with the meaning and difference.
Yes, new and knew are homophones because they are said the same!
Weather and whether area homophones.
There are over 7,700 homophones in the English language, and people are still searching for more. When all the searching is done we estimate there will be somewhere between 8,000 to 10,000 homophones.
There are many homophones in English. Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings. Examples of homophones in English: to, two, too; pear, pare, pair; I eye, aye; bear, bare; row, roe; dear, deer. see, sea.
To find lists of homophones, please refer to the "Related Links" below. homophones: noun: definition: words that are pronounced and sound the same, but are different in spelling and meaning.
Shown and shone are homophones. Homophones are words that sound the same, but that have different meanings.
The homophones are read and reed.
Counsel, week, and jamb are homophones for council, weak, and jam.
No. Both these words are different forms of the same word -- noun and verb. Homophones are like -- made and maid. If you click on 'related links' below, the link will take you to a list of English homophones YES. If the noun is fall meaning autumn then they are homophones.
A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word. "Prophet" and "profit" are homophones.
This is a sentence that utilizes the homophones flour and flower.
Aunt and ant are homophones. In American English, they are pronounced the same, but have different meanings.
Yes, canvas and canvass are homophones. They sound the same, but they have different spellings and meanings.
One set of homophones that involve birds is "tern" (a type of bird) and turn.
homophones are words that sound the same bout are spelt different. for example there,their, & they're, since there are words being added to the dictionary not many people know off of the top of their head what all of the homophones are.
* plane This appears to be a use of homophones. Homophones are words which sound the same but are spelt differently.
No. Homophones are words that sound the same, but are spelled differently (ex. pear, pair).
Homophones are words that sound the same as other words but are spelled differently. Such as meet and meat.
The homophones are mane (horse's hair) or Maine (the US state). The homophones for the word main are mane and Maine. Homophone is having to words that sound the same but have different means. The homophone for the word main is Maine.
Homophones phones are word which pronunciation is same but spelling is different. For example: Dear-Deer, Bear-Bare etc.
Basis and bases are homophones. Homophones are words that sound alike, but have different meanings and often different spellings.
the three major characteristics of homophones are: they have to sound the same spelled different different meaning
No they are synonyms. Homophones are words which sound the same but have different meanings, e.g. conker/conquer.