Commonly confusing words (Homophones) in English Meaning, Examples
Meaning of Homophone words with example sentences. Read this post for the Meaning and difference between confusing words (Homophones)
What are Homophones?
The word Homophones is made of two words – ‘Homo’ + ‘phones’. Homo means the same and Phones means sound. So, Homophones means having the same sound. Words which have different spellings and meanings but similar pronunciation are called Homophones.
Examples of Homophones
In English language, there are many sets of words which are confusing words because they have the same sound but as the meanings are different, they have different usage. Students get confused over the right word to be used. Here is a list of commonly confusing words in English.
List of Lessons
Hair, here, heir, hare, hear
Hour, our, are
There, their, they’re
Now, know, no