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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28860: Homophones
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    1. The jockey held the horse's lightly.

    2. This conductor in the field of classical music.

    3. When it I never take an umbrella, I prefer a trench coat.

    4. You should the carrots before you slice them.

    5. Taste that , it's delicious. It comes from my garden.

    6. I can't do many things at the same time; I've only got one of hands.

    7. A busy passes in front of my children's school.

    8. The engine failed so they the boat back home.

    9. Michaël his bicycle to school every day.

    10. Roosters are a favourite weather design.

    11. Police have been searching in for the missing child.

    12. The nurse was having trouble to find a in his arm.

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