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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #102036: Homophones
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    Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation, but different spellings and meanings.

    Let's complete each sentence by choosing the correct homophone.

    English exercise "Homophones" created by chimisterz with The test builder
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    1. Would you like a and butter with your soup?
    2. It's every actor's greatest fear that one day people will just regard them as an old .
    3. They live in a remote farmhouse on the of Skye.
    4. I live on a bus so I can easily get to work.
    5. The airline's symbol was painted on the aircraft's .
    6. Her words kept running my mind.
    7. She'll never that story about you getting lost!
    8. I couldn't help laughing when she told me about her accident.
    9. Train are going up again, unfortunately.
    10. Not everybody agreed that winning was the and end-all.

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