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Homophones for Pre-Intermediate Level

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Homophones are words that sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meanings eg.

Please come here.
Did you hear that?

Complete the sentences with the correct word:
Lesson by Nasreen, EC Cape Town English school.

  • 1 - Kathy doesn’t enjoy swimming in the ___.



  • 2 - I can’t ___ without my glasses.



  • 3 - He was stung by a ___.



  • 4 - Please ___ quiet. I’m trying to study.



  • 5 - I don’t ___ if you heard...



  • 6 - ... but she said ‘___’.



  • 7 - I’ll see you next week. Have a ______ weekend.



  • 8 - Will you please ___ some more cheese for the pizza?



  • 9 - You need to add one cup of ____ to the cake mixture.



  • 10 - My favourite ____ is a rose.



  • 11 - I’m going ___ you like it or not.



  • 12 - It looks like we’re going to have good ___. this weekend



  • 13 - The mountain was covered in ___ this morning. It was beautiful!



  • 14 - We ___ you at the party last night.



  • 15 - If we go ___ the cinema,...



  • 16 - ...would you like to come ___?



  • 17 - He ____ his bicycle...



  • 18 - ...along the ___.



  • 19 - I ___ an interesting article about languages yesterday.



  • 20 - She decided to wear the ___ dress to the party.