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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.

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    English exercise "Homophones" created by chimisterz with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from chimisterz]
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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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