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Homophones and Homonyms

Homophones are words that sound alike but are different in meaning and spelling. Here are some of Amelia Bedelia's most famous mix-ups. "heard" and "herd [of cows]" (Good Driving, Amelia Bedelia, p. 11) "pare" and "pair" (Thank You, Amelia Bedelia, p. 38)

Can you think of any more? Can you use them in a sentence?

Homonyms are words that are usually spelled the same but have different meanings. Here are some examples: "steer" [ a car] and "the steer" [male cow]

(Good Driving, Amelia Bedelia, p. 12)

"fork" [in the road] and "a fork" [that you eat with]

(Good Driving, Amelia Bedelia, p. 21) Can you think of any more? Can you use them in a sentence?

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