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|pail-bail [[File:Pail-bail.ogg|Pail-bail.ogg]]
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|Flu-flew [[File:Flu-flew.ogg|Flu-flew.ogg]]
|nip-bib
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|Dear-deer [[File:Dear-deer.ogg|Dear-deer.ogg]]
|tap-tab [[File:Tap-tab.ogg|Tap-tab.ogg]]
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||Pai-pear [[File:Pair-pear.ogg|Pai-pear.ogg]]
 
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|mop-mob [[File:Mop-mob.ogg|Mop-mob.ogg]]
 
|mop-mob [[File:Mop-mob.ogg|Mop-mob.ogg]]
 
|lap-lab [[File:Lap-lab.ogg|Lap-lab.ogg]]
 
|lap-lab [[File:Lap-lab.ogg|Lap-lab.ogg]]
 
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Revision as of 05:42, 21 January 2020

Homophones

Homophones are words which sound the same but are different in spelling, meaning and origin. Some examples of homophones are given below.

Introduction to Homophones
Knew-new
Bear-bare
Blue-blew
Flu-flew
Dear-deer
Pai-pear
mop-mob
lap-lab