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Today we are going to learn about homophones.

Can you remember what they are?

 

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings.

For example: see and sea

  • My glasses help me to see better.
  • The boat set sail across the sea.

 

Activity 

Let’s finish the sentences!

Read the sentences below and choose the correct homophone to complete each sentence.

You can write down your answers in your English book or your blended learning book if you are at home.

 

Tuesday 8th January

 

(Would/Wood) ................................ you like a drink?

 

I love eating juicy (pairs/pears) ................................ .

 

She has (red/read) ............................... six books this week already!

 

Have you been (here/hear) ............................... before?

 

We have (bean/been) ............................... waiting for more than an hour

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