Know, No, Now- Meaning, Difference, Examples



Know, No and Now- These three words are homophones. They share the same pronunciation while the spellings and meanings differ. Here in this article, students can check out the difference between these three confusing words in English – know, no and now. Check out the meanings of homophones – know, no and now. See example sentences on know, no and now. Practise sentences on these homophones and check your answers from the answer key given at the end.


 


 

now know

 

Meanings of know, no and now

Know

Know means to be aware of through observation, inquiry, or information; have developed a relationship with (someone) through meeting and spending time with them; be familiar or friendly with.

Example sentences with know-

  1. I know you
  2. I know how to cook food.
  3. Do you know?

No

No means not any; a negative response

Example sentences with no-

  1. She has no manners.
  2. No Problem.
  3. We have no sorrows.

 

Now

Now means at the present time or moment.

Example sentences with now-

  1. I want to complete the work now.
  2. The festival begins now.
  3. Will you cook food now?

 

Practise sentences

Fill in the blanks with the correct word out of know, no and now. You can check the answers from the answer key provided-

  1. I ___ the answer.
  2. Tell me __.
  3. __ one ____ the answer.
  4. Do you ____ me?
  5. The teacher said, "___ I ___ that ___ one ______ the answers."
  6. ___ one came here.
  7. I want to ____ the truth.
  8. ___ one saw him stealing.
  9. ____ I will let you ____ something which ___ one ______.
  10. Act ___.

 

Answer key

1

know

6

no

2

now

7

know

3

No, knows

8

no

4

know

9

Now, know, no, knows

5

Now, know, no, knows

10

now