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Homophones for Low-Intermediate Level

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Homophones are words that sound the same, but have different spellings and meanings.

For example:

pear and pair

Pear - a sweet and juicy type of fruit.

Pair - a couple: two items of the same kind. A set of two similar things considered as a unit

I don't eat enough fruit, could you buy me some pears?
I can't find a matching pair of socks.

Can you decide which homophone you need to complete the sentences below? When you're finished, see if you can create some sentences of your own using this vocabulary!
Lesson by Caroline Devane

  • 1. My throat is a little ___.

  • 2. There's a ___ in my shoe.

  • 3. There was one ___ in that play I thought was really disturbing.

  • 4. I'm sorry, I really don't ___.

  • 5. Please don't ___ me next time we go out, I was looking everywhere for you.

  • 6. The bird ___ through the sky.

  • 7. I ___ five really good books last Summer.

  • 8. If I had one wish, it would be for world ___.

  • 9. Don't put too much ___ in the bowl.

  • 10. The bride smiled nervously as she walked down the ___.