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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101544: Homophones
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    Homophones are words that have the same pronunciation, but different spellings and meanings.

    For example:

     by - buy - bye

     to - two - too

     sun - son

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

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    1. He's a plumber trade.

    2. The holidays flew by all quickly.

    3. Then we spotted a of elephants in the distance.

    4. It's a great off my mind to know that the building is finally finished.

    5. Their son weighed eight pounds at .

    6. Why are you in such a mood this morning?

    7. I think I've had a bit too much today. I've got a headache.

    8. A greater proportion of people with first degrees are now going on to study for degrees.

    9. When cooking mince or other dishes, spoon or pour off any extra fat.

    10. I ordered sirloin with salad and chips.

    11. He glasses for reading.

    12. He was a voice arguing against a reduction in resources.

    13. I sat there pretending to listen but I was stiff.

    14. It's important to have the checked regularly to make sure it's not blocked.

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