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Transcript of Homophones
Homonyms: Words that sound the same and are spelled the same. However they have different meanings. Everyday, Every day Wrong ways for "everyday" Wrong ways for "every day" Wrong ways for "you're" Wrong ways for "your" Wrong ways for "then" Wrong ways for "than" Wrong ways for "too" Wrong ways for "to" Wrong ways for "its" Wrong ways for "it's" Now you can do it! Hurray!! Hope you enjoyed the tips! Then, Than Everyday: This form is an adjective. It describes an object of everyday use. You're is a contraction form and it transforms to you are. This is your teddy bear!
You have this teddy bear It belongs to you. You're stepping in a puddle!
You are stepping in a puddle. It's is a contraction form. It means it is. It's a small world we live in.
It is a small world we live in. I am stealing its toy!
Its toys. Belong to it. Every day: This form is used as each day. It is used as a transition word. My everyday routine is getting a little bit boring. We don't need to buy that right now. Too: a synonym for also. to an excessive extent or degree. I am going to the mall, too.
I am going to the mall, also.
I had too many tacos for lunch.
I had an excessive amount of tacos. Two: to spell out the number 2. You can replace two with 2. I have two hands and two feet.
I have 2 hands and 2 feet. Than: is used in comparative statements. Usually descriptive. He is taller than I am.
He is more tall than I am. Then: is used either as a time indicator or with a sequence of events. Then, all of a sudden he comes to life! Every day, I wash the dishes.
Each day, I wash the dishes. Wrong ways for "two" I am cuter then you! You are more annoying then me! How can I be more shy then you? Does anyone know why these three are wrong? She saw the movie than went home. They went home than got dressed. Does anyone know why these three are wrong? We said it was than changed our minds. You need too go too the store. You have too see me after work. She will go too the library. Does anyone know why these three are wrong? I need to colored pencils. Did you see that, to? It is cool that you can act her, to. Does anyone know why these three are wrong? He needs to be more acuate to be here. They have been way to loud. Could you speak to your peers? Does anyone know why these three are wrong? Its a beautiful day today. Its such a good look on you! He will never know its from us! Does anyone know why these three are wrong? It's book is broken! It's trunk is chopped down. It's story is great. Does anyone know why these three are wrong? My every day bookbag is gone! I go to school everyday. My brother hogs the computer everyday. Do you take a shower everyday? Does anyone know why these three are wrong? I try not to use every day items so that I become challenged. Over a while everyday conversation was formed. Does anyone know why these three are wrong? Im pretty sure that pencil is you're. You're cloths are still at my house. It is amazing that you're cat survived! Does anyone know why these three are wrong? Your so mean to those kids! I need to know your here. Sure, your allow to talk. Does anyone know why these three are wrong?