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Non-statutory words: homophones #2

Homophones and other words that are often confused

The teacher gave me good advice.
Could you advise me on buying a new car?
A telephone is a very useful device.
We will devise a plan.
licence British English spelling
Do you have a licence to drive this bus?
license American English spelling
Do you have a license to drive this bus?
practice American English spelling
He practiced his religion peacefully and lovingly.
practise British English spelling
You need to practise playing the violin to get better at it.
The prophecy was true after all.
It can be unwise to declare a prophesy.
It's farther away.
My father is called Andrew.
I'll include you in my list of party guests.
I heard a very weird noise in the night.
There's a herd of buffalo by the lake.
The tour guide led us up the hill.
As heavy as lead.
It was a spring morning and the air was cool.
Queen Victoria wore black clothes as a sign of mourning for her dead husband.

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