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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: homophones and near-homophones

It is important to know the difference in meaning between homophones

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hear
Shout across the valley to hear the echo.
quite
He's quite good-looking.
quiet
If the baby is asleep there is peace and quiet.
see
Did you see him seize my purse?
sea
The sea and sky were both deep blue.
bare
The room was bare.
bear
A baby bear is called a cub.
one
There were lots of ducks but only one goose.
won
The basketball team won today by a fluke.
to
That child is getting up to mischief again.
too
We ate far too much last night.
two
You can have either of these two cakes.
bee
Tom saw a bee on the grass.
blue
The sea and sky were both deep blue.
blew
The wind blew gently over the beach.
here
Wait here until I get back.
sun
The sun is 93 million miles away.
son
Jack's son is also called Jack.
be
The heir to his fortune will be very rich.
night
I heard a very weird noise in the night.

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