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Homophones

Homophones are words that sound alike, but have different spellings and different meanings. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence and write it on the line. 1. He likes to swim in ____________________ pool when he comes to visit.

hour/our

2. We will leave for the party in an __________________.

hour/our

3. She didn't _____________________ it was going to rain today.

no/know

4. My mother said, " _________________ , you cannot walk to the store alone."

No/Know

5. I have ______________ younger sisters.

to/two/too

6. We like to make homemade applesauce _______________.

to/two/too

7. Can you drive my brother _______________ the store?

to/two/too

8. She _______________________ the football over the fence.

threw/through

9. Don't go ________________________ that door!

threw/through

10. Did you know that ________________________ cat is really fat?

there/they're/their

11. I want to go over _________________________ to see the dolphins.

there/they're/their

12. ________________________ moving to Florida at the end of the month.

There/They're/Their

13. I got a brand ______________________ pair of roller blades for my birthday.

knew/new

14. He _______________________ how to spell all the words on his spelling test.

knew/new

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ANSWER KEY Homophones

Homophones are words that sound alike, but have different spellings and different meanings. Choose the correct word to complete each sentence and write it on the line. 1. He likes to swim in our pool when he comes to visit. 2. We will leave for the party in an hour.

(hour/our) (no/know) (hour/our)

3. She didn't know it was going to rain today.

4. My mother said, "No , you cannot walk to the store alone." 5. I have two younger sisters.

(to/two/too)

(no/know)

6. We like to make homemade applesauce too. 7. Can you drive my brother to the store? 8. She threw the football over the fence. 9. Don't go through that door!

(threw/through) (to/two/too)

(to/two/too)

(threw/through)

10. Did you know that their cat is really fat?

(there/they're/their)

11. I want to go over there to see the dolphins.

(there/they're/their)

12. They're moving to Florida at the end of the month.

(There/They're/Their)

13. I got a brand new pair of roller blades for my birthday. 14. He knew how to spell all the words on his spelling test.

(knew/new)

(knew/new)

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