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Non-statutory words: homophones #2

Homophones and other words that are often confused

The teacher gave us good advice.
Could you advise me on buying a new car?
The campsite has a rainwater-collecting device.
For A-level Drama, the students were required to devise their own play.
licence British English spelling
Do you have a licence to drive this bus?
license American English spelling
He shouldn't have been licensed to drive the bus.
practice American English spelling
He tried to put his new maths skills into practice, but still needed a calculator to work out the final sum.
practise British English spelling
I practise my spelling for half an hour each day.
The seer's prophecy came true after all.
Experts prophesy that temperatures will rise.
'Farther' is a synonym for 'further'.
I heard a very weird noise in the night.
There is a herd of buffalo by the lake.
His legs felt as heavy as lead.
Sarah went for a morning jog.
Queen Victoria wore black clothes as a sign of mourning for her dead husband.
The tour guide led us up the hill.
Mrs. Hall showed her guest into the parlour.
The boy looked just like his father.

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