This quiz extends the knowledge learned during our other Homophones 1 quiz. This task asks children to identify some of the less commonly used homophones and is, ideally, for Year 2 pupils in KS1 English and Literacy classes.
A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word but is spelt differently and means something completely different. An example of a homophone is ‘site’ and ‘sight’. They sound the same but a ‘site’ is a location and ‘sight’ is something you see.
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