Homophones are words that sound alike when pronounced but have different meanings. There are many words like that in English. This is a common mistake when people write, generating confusion. Here we show some examples of homophones!
To: used in the infinitive of a verb and to give a meaning of direction as well
Two: the number
Too: meaning “as well” and “a lot”
Stationary: something that doesn’t move
Stationery: office objects such as a pen, stapler, etc.
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Compliment: something nice to say to people, praise them.
Complement: extra, something additional.
Know: to be acquaintance with someone or something, to be aware of something.
Raise: to lift
Rays: sunshine, beams of light
Res: plural of “re”, from the musical scale
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Rice: a plant which produces edible grains
Hole: empty space in something
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