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homophones and confusions

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advise
Could you advise me on buying a new car?
advice
The teacher gave me good advice.
affect
The government cuts will affect everyone.
effect
A rhetorical device, such as a question, is used for effect rather than to get an answer. *
aloud
Read the words aloud.
bought
I bought this dress at the new boutique.
brought
The maid brought the tea on a tray.
breaking
Disciplinary action will be taken against anyone breaking the law.
choose
Choose a suitable card for Meg's birthday.
chose
He chose to seclude himself from the others.
cloth
This cloth is extremely absorbent.
clothe
The clothes are drying on the radiator.
conscience
My conscience is completely clear.
conscious
She was conscious of what she said to her mother.

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