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Tricky English HOMOPHONES - Part Two sxc
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Tricky English HOMOPHONES - Part Two

Second portion of tricky vocabulary guessing fun! Homophones are words like bear and bare or meat and meet.
Read the definitions of the words. Can you figure out the homophone pairs? It's getting more and more difficult with every question so beware! Can you face this challenge? Good luck!
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Autor
schoi
Categoría
Diversión
Preguntas
10
Participantes
217
Nivel
4-Experto
Creado el
26-08-2009
Palabras claves
homophone, vocabulary
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Comentarios
visitante
Cd Sempurna aneh
03-07-2016, 08:30
visitante
Fun quiz. This would be interesting with pairs of pictures, too.
31-05-2012, 23:02
visitante
Några ord var litet svåra att komma på, dvs inte stavningen utan vilket det skulle vara. Men mycket bra ord ändå!
28-04-2012, 18:33
visitante
muy bueno
30-03-2012, 23:29
visitante
uh eh well, so so besides, air and heir are not homophones
22-03-2012, 23:58
visitante
Plaice is not that common of a fish name, so 4/5. Otherwise, as a native (US) speaker, that's a good workout!
10-03-2012, 23:12
visitante
Some of the definitions are too generic for example; "a part of the body" It could be anything! If you had said: "Part of a foot" then it would have been easier to guess the second definition!
01-03-2012, 13:07
visitante
this test should be about the correct spelling, instead it is more about guessing what you are trying to tell me - you should use better definitions. example: a vegetable. uh... tomato, lettuce, carrots? what do you want from me?
01-02-2012, 19:37
visitante
Difficult as hell.
29-11-2011, 21:14
visitante
excellent
18-02-2010, 21:36
visitante
I liked it!!
18-02-2010, 14:51
visitante
fish fachsprache?
13-10-2009, 16:29
visitante
difficult as hell...
06-09-2009, 11:20
visitante
kapiere ich irg nich
02-09-2009, 16:45