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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: homophones and near-homophones #2

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heel
I've got a blister on my heel.
heal
Cover it up until it heals.
knot
The knot was too tight to undo.
not
Many people do not have sufficient food.
mail
Do not read my private mail.
main
We don't want to live near the main road.
mane
Kate brushed her horse's mane.
meat
Buy meat at the butcher's shop.
meet
Can you meet me at the bus stop?
medal
Sara won the silver medal.
meddle
Please don't meddle with my things.
missed
I missed you while you were away.
mist
The hills were covered in mist.
peace
If the baby is asleep there is peace and quiet.
piece
Please may I have a piece of cake?
plain
Our dad prefers plain food to spicy.
plane
The captain of the plane sits on the right.
male
What is your gender - male or female?

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