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HOMONYMS, HOMOPHONES,HOMOGRAPHS

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HOMONYMS, HOMOPHONES,
HOMOGRAPHS

HOMONYMS
are words that sound alike but have different meanings.
same pronunciation
same spelling
different meaning
Homophones
are a type of homonym
same pronunciation
different spelling
different meaning
HOMOGRAPHS

different pronunciation
same spelling
different meaning
After the performance he took five
bows
She wore five
bows
in her hair
Homographs
Definition:

Work one must do.

Example:

1) I can't take on a new project. I already have too much on my plate.

Etymology : This phrase compares work that must be done to food that must be eaten.
Close
that window! There's a draft.
You're not
close
to getting the answer.

I soon got
used
to working the late shift.
Don't trust

used
-car dealers. I'd never buy a car from one.

It's impossible to
tear
open this packet.Give me a knife.
A single
tear
ran silently down her cheek as she waved good-bye.

He always looks so

content

with himself.
The
content
of your essay was excellent, but there were a lot of spelling mistakes
The cold wind blew in from the north.
It's time to finish. Can we wind the discussion up?
Homonyms
I can here you , but I can't sea you.
Their are three bedrooms in your house.
My sun lives near the sea.
Don't where that hat, by a new one!
Know, eye can't come to your party.
You were write, Sally can't come for dinner.
There daughter could right, when she was three.
I no my answers are write.
know
son
too
right
here
wear
synonym
GOOD
excellent
super
terrific
fine
brilliant
superb
magnificent
great
fantastic
splendid
HAPPY
blissful
joyful
pleased
elated
jolly
content
delighted
gleeful
cheerful
glad
thrilled
ecstatic
merry

HUNGRY
ravenous
peckish
starving
famished

HORRIBLE
horrid
awful
terrible
unpleasant
dreadful
ghastly
nasty
frightful
hideous

record
object
permit
suspect
import
rebel
present
conflict
insult
record
object
permit
suspect
import
rebel
present
conflict
insult
NOUN
VERB
Word Stress Patterns
Every English word has a stress pattern Because English Listeners recognize a word by the stress. Using the correct pattern is even more important than using the correct sounds. If you say a word using its correct stress pattern, it is easier for other people to understand you, even if you do not get every sound exactly right.
Identifying stressed syllables

hamburger
cookies
pizza
extremely
accurate
dinner
refrigerate
refrigerator
refrigeration
electric
electrical
electrification
Lemon
Jacket
Older
Winter
Rocket
Open
Student
April
Susan
Jacob
Ethan
Justin
Emma
Derek
Melissa
Michael
Anna
Nathan
Catherine
Bethany
Denise
Denis
Aaron
Erin
Anthony
Danielle
Daniel
Gabrielle
Gabriel
-tion, -sion, -cian
reduction
musician
correction
electrician
politician
participation
administration
organization
-ic
Atlantic
majestic
statistic
economic
dramatic
terrific
diplomatic
photographic
democratic
-ical
economical
technological
surgical
chemical
political
pronouncing two clear vowels together
biology
reality
create
piano
geography
recreation
reaction
geology
association
sometimes when two vowels are next to each other in a word, they are actually two separate syllables. In this case, both vowels are clear. Also the second clear vowel has the stress, so it's longer
Homophone Mistakes
http://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/100.html
Practice -homophone quizzes
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