Spelling list: Homophones

Words which sound the same but are spelt differently.

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write Please write to me when you go away.
right We don't drive on the right in England.
No There are no rooms free at the hotel.
know Did you know him well?
would Would you like to go for a pizza tonight?
Wood Most chairs and tables are made of wood.
allowed Children are not allowed to see this film.
aloud Read the words aloud.
board The seat was just a wooden board.
bored The artist was bored so she drew a quick doodle.
scene The picture showed a peaceful country scene.
seen He was seen at mass on Monday. *
rein Keep a tight rein on your spending.
rain The heavy rain caused some flooding.
reign The country prospered under the King's reign.

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