Homophone in a Sentence

Definition of Homophone

A word that is pronounced the same as another word but has a different meaning or spelling (ex. “sea” and “see”.)

Examples of Homophone in a sentence

The English teacher that the word “tea” is a homophone of “tee” and although you might drink the first, you wouldn’t sip on the other.

The word “buy” has more than one homophone since there are many words that sound like “buy” but are spelled differently.

The homophone chart lists words are pronounced the same but spelled differently like “two” and “to”.

Given for homework, the homophone worksheet asks students to list words that sound a like but have different meanings or spellings.

The writer made a mistake when he used the word “break” instead of its homophone “brake”.

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