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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: homophones #1

Homophones and other words that are often confused.

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The bride walked down the aisle of the church.
The Isle of Skye is in Scotland.
Read the words aloud.
The government cuts will affect everyone.
The special effects are incredible.
There are candles on the altar.
I'm going to alter my hair style.
We continued our ascent of the mountain.
He gave a strong nod of assent.
Her bridal gown was spectacular.
Bridle - timber split into thirds.
Most children like cereal for breakfast.
This TV drama is a weekly serial.
A compliment can make you feel good.
Her scarf complemented her outfit.

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