Honing in on Homophones

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see/sea

bee/be

hour /our

to/too/two

too(also)/too (more than enough)

to(verb)/to(preposition)

their/there/they’re

their/there/they’re

week/weak

red/read

meet/meat

beat/beet

grate/great

whole/hole

ate/eight

for/four

which/witch

way/weigh/whey

wait/weight

pale/pail

prey/pray

real/reel

dye/die

steel/steal

mail/male

whale/wail

peer/pier

sleigh/slay

wine/whine

right/write

right/write

mist/missed

suite/sweet

guest/guessed

horse/hoarse

presents/presence

tide/tied

ring/wring

heard/herd

ceiling/sealing

patients/patience

tea/tee

your/you’re

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Homophones Specific to Some American English Dialects

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Answers to Pretest

Answers to Student Pages

prophet/profit

sure/shore

our/are

won/one

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(Honing in on: an idiom which means to focus sharply on)