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In order to master any language, including English, repetition in understanding words, how they relate to other words, their placement in a sentence and sentence structures themselves is a lifelong habit.
So in your continuing English classes throughout middle school, into high school and even college, you will notice that there is always a review of what you have already learned, although the vocabulary of words becomes more plentiful. So in this English quiz, we are going to review homophones. Do you remember what a homophone is?
A homophone is a word that sounds the same as another word but has a totally different spelling, as well as a different meaning.
An example of two homophones would be grate and great.
Grate - This word refers to shredding such as in grating cheese and/or raspy such as in a grating voice.
Great - This word means large in size or quantity.
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