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homonyms downloadable worksheets:
HOMOPHONES-1/3 (editable with answer key)
1st worksheet of a set of 3. 150 sentences. Students learn the usage & spellings of many similar sounding words like whether, weather; quite, quiet; week, weak; fare, fair; seen, scene; right, write; story, storey; root, route; heal, heel; loose, lose and several others. Ideal for students of all levels. Hope you find these useful. Have a nice da...
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 997

 
HOMOPHONES-2/3 (editable with answer key)
2nd worksheet of a set of 3. Students learn usage & spellings of many similar sounding words like their, there; hear, here; bear, bare; diary, dairy; weigh, way; thrown, throne; weak, week; stationery, stationary; and many more. Ideal for students of all levels. Hope you find these useful for your students. Have a nice day/evening.
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 721

 
HOMOPHONES-3/3 (editable with answer key)
3rd worksheet of a set of 3. 150 sentences. Students learn the usage & spellings of many similar sounding words like assent, ascent; idle, idol; lessen, lesson; canvass, canvas; due, dew; flour, floor; bore, boar; vein, vain; lightening, lightning; groan, grown;etc. Ideal for students of all levels. Hope you find these useful for your students. Hav...
Level: intermediate
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 656

 
HOMOPHONES
homophones :words that are pronounced same but differs in meaning...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 570

 
HOMOPHONES - PART ONE- PICTIONARY (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
A pictionary on homophones. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a wonderful Sunday. Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 543

 
THEIR, THERE or THEY´RE - MULTIPLE CHOICE
Hope you like it.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 481

 
HOMOPHONES-MATCHING EXERCISE (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
Matching exercise on homophones. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice Sunday. Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 440

 
Homophones
Dear friends, this is an easy ws for homophones, have fun at your lessons;) Good luck;) Nati
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 396

 
 
          
 
Homophones (also called Homonyms) are words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings.
 
 
 
1. Choose the correct word to complete the sentences:
 

The octopus has tentacles

Someone  my apple!

Mary put one  in her piggy bank.

Some flowers have a sweet

 

We saw a  at the zoo.

 My neighbour has a  car.

is a plant that growns in marches. .

The teacher likes to  stories to her group.

John is mixing the  to make cookies.

A is a gentle animal.

They love to

Her house was for .

People shake hands when they

Vegetarians don't eat

A  fights for his king.

Owls don't sleep at

 

 is my brother's favourite colour.

Grandpa  the candles of his birthday cake.

 
 
 
 
 
2. Click on the correct option.
 

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3.

The boy is digging a whole.
The boy is digging a hole .
Tracy is learning to read .
Tracy is learning to reed .
The pale  is full of water.
The pail  is full of water.
 

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4.

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You've got mail !
You've got male !
Yummy!I love chocolate moose
Yummy!I love chocolate mousse!
The lobster has big claws .
The lobster has big clause .
 
 
 
3. Match the words from column 1 to the homophones on column 2.
 
1. cereal  stare
2. root  no
3. days  route
4. stair  hear
5. links  idle
6. here  serial
7. know  lynx
8. idol  daze
 
 
 
                                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  by Anna Pessoa
 
 
 

 

       

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