- 01.Learn about the difference between the homophones: afterword and afterward
Remember, afterword is a section at the end of a book, while afterward describes something that happens later in time.
- 02.Learn about the difference between the homophones: straighten and straiten
Remember, straighten means to make something straight or neat, while straiten means to restrict or limit something, usually in terms of finances or resources.
- 03.Learn about the difference between the homophones: goner and gunner
Remember, goner refers to someone or something that is doomed or in trouble, while gunner refers to a person who operates or fires a gun.
- 04.Learn about the difference between the homophones: vary and very
Remember, vary means 'to change', while very means 'extremely' or 'precise'.
- 05.Learn about the difference between the homophones: bridle and bridal
Remember, bridle is related to horses and controlling them, while bridal is related to weddings and brides.
- 06.Learn about the difference between the homophones: missed, mist and midst
Remember, missed means to fail to hit or catch something, mist refers to a thin fog, and midst refers to the middle part of something.
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Remember, abjection refers to degradation or disgust, while objection refers to disagreement or opposition.
Remember, brail is a rope used to haul in a sail, while braille is a system of raised dots used to read by touch.
Remember, fold means to bend something over itself or close something by bringing two sides together, while foaled refers to the act of giving birth to a young horse.
Remember, haw refers to a fruit or a sound, while ha and hah are both used to express amusement or triumph.
Remember, illicit means illegal or not allowed, while elicit means to draw out or obtain information or a response.