HOMONYMS: Homonyms are words that normally have the same spelling, same pronunciation but different meaning. Sometimes these words you can use as verbs or as nouns or in some different situations as adjectives.
HOMONYMS: EXAMPLES Can= Poder or Lata Pet= Mascota or Acariciar (animals) Last= Último or Durar Hand= Mano or Repartir Paint= Pintura or Pintar Face= Cara or Encarar Book= Libro or Reservar Etc…
SENTENCES WITH HOMONYMS: - I can play soccer. / I bought a soda can. This is my favorite book. / I booked a room. Help me to hand this CDs. / My hand hurts. In my break I´ll buy a sandwich. / I break my pen. Green: Verbs / Blue: Nouns
HOMOPHONES: Homonyms are words that normally have different spelling, same pronunciation and different meaning. Sometimes these words are verbs, nouns or adjectives.
HOMOPHONES: EXAMPLES See – Sea (ver - mar) Steel – Steal (acero - hurtar) Tail – Tale (cola - cuento) Eight – Ate (ocho – comer in past) Board – Bored (pizarra - aburrido) Blue – Blew (azul – soplar in past) Be – Bee (ser/estar - abeja)
SENTENCES WITH HOMOPHONES: I can see you. The sea is beautiful. My dog´s tail is black. This tale is interesting. She is eight years old. She ate a fish yesterday.