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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #102037: Homophones
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Homonyms [Change theme]
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    complete each sentence by choosing the correct homophone.

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    1. He was the rightful to the Duke of Marlborough and a £100 million fortune.

    2. He packed two of trousers and four shirts.

    3. The of cigarettes to children is forbidden in many countries.

    4. He's a perfectionist about the house - everything has to be just .

    5. It was a very attempt to justify their actions.

    6. What percentage of the adult population is unemployed?

    7. It'll be time before we go back to that awful place!

    8. I slammed on the but it was too late.

    9. You pull both to stop or slow a horse.

    10. I sent a letter to my friend Marie.

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