Why are homonyms used in sentences?
because they give people a chance to look at different meanings of words that sound and or spelled the same.
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we use bats(a thing)in killing bats(an animal)
Not has the homophones: knot (a nautical speed) naught (nothing, zero)
The words air and heir are homonyms. The heir to the throne stepped outside to get some air. Bow and beau are also homonyms. Tammy's beau gave her a beautiful bow for her hair. A third set is deer and dear. My dear friend took a picture of a young deer. A few other sets of homonyms include cereal and serial, coarse and course, dew and due, and die and dye.
These are homonyms - words that sound alike but aren't spelled alike. Here are some sentences. There is more heather on the moor.
Homonyms are words that sound and/or look alike, but mean different things. Some examples of sentences using homonyms are: Aunt / Ant: I went to see my aunt on her farm and found out she had set up an ant farm in a container on the table. Him / Hymn: My brother asked me to come to church with him and when we got there we sang a hymn. Fair / Fare: I just found… Read More
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homonyms of benevolence
Yes, hour and our are homonyms.
Decrease has no recognised homonyms.
Homonyms for "sear" are "seer" , "sere" & "cere". They have different meanings but sear can be used as a verb form of sere.
homonyms of heart
Homonyms of race is only raise
homophone and homographs and homonyms
The homonyms for "rite" are 'right' and 'write',
The homonyms of sew are so and sow.
Yes peak and peek are homonyms.
There are three syllables in homonyms.
Homonyms refer to words that have different meanings and spelling but sound similar. Attention, infection and direction are examples of homonyms for affection.
the 100 examples of homonyms are 100
Sea and see are homonyms, whole and hole, blue and blew.
A homonym is a word that sounds like another word, even though it is spelled differently and has a different meaning. Some examples include right and wright, see and sea, and hail and hale.
The homonyms (actually homophones - sound-alike words) for the word I are eye and aye (often ay). Also the archaic term eigh, used as an interjection.
homonyms mean words wich has the same sound but does not have the same meaning
no Homonyms are words that sound exactly alike but have different spellings.
Though there are many words that have homonyms, homonyms for vain are vein and vane.
By definition, homonyms are spelled the same as each other. Therefore, there is no way, and no need, for a spell checker to distinguish between two homonyms.
1. Correct punctuation and capitalization. 2. Grammatical errors such as fragments, run-ons, faulty agreement, incorrect comparisons, repeated words, sentences, or lines; and skipped lines, sentences, or paragraphs. 3. Correct spelling, use the dictionary. 4. Make sure you didn't use the wrong words (homonyms).
homonyms are words that are spelled the same or sound the same but have different meanings. nick:naily:)
"Pear" is the fruit. Its homonyms are "pare" (to remove the peel from), and "pair" (two of a kind).
there are not so many homonyms.... but there are around 10-15.
The previous person who answered this was thinking about Homophones, which are different from Homonyms. Examples of Homonyms are: The bear couldn't bear to see his friend die AND The river banks are near my money bank
Homonyms are words which are pronounced the same but have different meaning and different spellings. See related links for information about and lists of homonyms.
One homophone for heal is heel, the end of your foot or of a loaf of bread; another is the contraction he'll. Example sentences: Mom tripped because the heel of her shoe broke off. Dad called to say he'll be working late tonight.
you call them homonyms. Homonyms - Words that sound the same but are spelled differently
Synonyms-cervus,buck,doe Antonyms-N/A Homonyms-dear
Even has a number of different meanings in English. Check thesaurus.com for homonyms to English words.
She sells sea shells by the seashore. They're going over there despite the harm done to their bank account. Do you see the letter 'c' written in sea salt. The note 'so' sound like 'sew' so it is likened to 'needle pulling thread'.
yes because homonyms are the same sounding words but spelled differently and look different
"Homonyms" are words that SOUND the same, but have different spellings and meanings. So one homonym for "die" would be "dye".
There are many incorrect words that can be put into a pair of homonyms. One incorrect pair is home and hone.
Leak and leek are homonyms. Flee and flea are also homonyms. Both "leak" and "flee" may mean "escape."
Homonym are words that share the spelling and pronunciation, but have different meanings. So there are no homonyms with different spellings.
In the English language, homonyms are multiple words that sound exactly the same, but are spelled different and have different meanings. Among the most common of these are the homonyms cell and sell, dear and deer, and minor and miner.
While 50 examples of homonyms would be a lot, some examples are accept and except, days and daze, die and dye, to, too, and two. Homonyms are words that sound the same, but spelled differently and have different meanings.
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"whos" is not a word. "who's" and "whose" are homophones -- they sound identical. they are not homonyms, synonym, nor antonyms. "who's" is a contraction for "who is" or sometimes "who has" as in the examples "who's at my door?" and "who's eaten my cake?" "whose" is a possessive form of "who" -- "it was mark whose dog got into our garbage" or "whose dog is this in my garbage?" "who's" works similarly to "what's"… Read More
Homonyms are words that are spelled and pronounced the same, but have different meanings (bear, bear). Homonym is sometimes, and confusingly, used interchangeably with homophone. Homophones are words that are pronounced the same regardless of their spelling (heir, air, ere). Homographs are words that are spelled the same regardless of their pronunciation (incense, incense; desert, desert). I can find no homonyms, homophones, or homographs for mayor.