25 thoughts on “4 Red – Spag – Homophones

  1. 1.A homophone is two words that sound the same but have a different meaning and spelling.
    2.there are two pears on the shelf.
    3. That was their coat.
    4.they’re playing on the swing.

  2. A homophone is when there is a word that sound the same but they have different meaning and spelling .
    1. They’ re going to the shop to buy too many sweets .
    2. I was playing football down there .
    3. It is their boy’s football pitch .

  3. A homophone is two words or more that sound the same but are spelt differently.

    I had a pair of shoes 👞
    I had a pear 🍐 to eat

    I found a flower 🌹
    I put flour in my cake

    I wanted to be a superhero .
    A bee 🐝 stung me.

    I can see 👀 a bird
    I went to the beach and swam in the sea 🌊

  4. A homophone is a word that sounds the but has a different meaning and spelling.
    We went to their mall
    The swings were over there
    They’re going to the park

  5. A homophone is two words or more that sound the same but they are spelt different and have different meanings.
    1 It is their dog
    2 He is over there
    3 They’re going to the cinema

  6. A homophobe is when a word sounds the same like the have a different spelling and meaning
    1.there having a party
    2.it is their dog
    3.they’re going to the cinema

  7. Homophones are words that sound the same but they have different meanings and different spelling for example two,too and to sound the same.
    1.Its They’re cat.
    2.Its Their home.
    3.There is a bat.

  8. A homophone is two words that sound the same but are spelt differently.

    There in the zoo.
    Their cat is in my garden.
    They’re going to the mall.

  9. Two or more words that sound the same but have different spelling.
    Pair
    I have a pair of shoes.
    I have a pair of sofas.
    I have a pair of high hills.
    Pear
    Pears are juicy.
    Pears are green.
    Pears are smooth.
    One
    There is one that lock.
    There is one TV.
    There is one Christmas present.
    Won
    He won a football.
    He won the award.
    He won a trophy.
    See
    You can see the puffins.
    You can see through the glass.
    I can see through the windows.
    Sea
    The sea is salty.
    The sea is cold.
    The sea is wet.
    You
    This is used when you talk a about yourself.
    It is your thought.
    It is about you.
    Ewe
    An ewe is a female sheep.
    Ewes are found on fields.
    Ewes go in sheds in the winter.
    Ant
    Ants are small.
    Ants move quickly.
    Do not put ants on your skin or they will bite you.
    Aunt
    Aunts take care of you.
    Aunts are very helpful.
    Aunts might take care of you whilst your mum goes to work.
    Male
    Male means that you are a boy.
    Male always go to work.
    Male leave the house early.
    Mail
    You might get junk mail.
    Letters tell you what’s going on.
    Letters help you with your bills.
    Right
    When you get something right you get a tick.
    When you get something correct you get a mark.
    If you get everything correct, you will pass the test.
    Write
    You can write a story.
    You can write a setting description.
    You can write a song.
    Hair
    Your hair can be frizzy.
    You can also have curly hair.
    You can have blonde hair.
    Hare
    A hare is a type of rabbit.
    Hares are very fast.
    Hares can be timid.

  10. Homophones are is two or more words that sound the same but have different spelling and different meanings.

    get my ball which is right there

    Tarig it’s their ball

    mum they’re going to get that ball

  11. A homophone is two word that sound the same but they have different meaning and different spelling

    Get my ball which is right there

    Hishaam it’s their dog

    mum they’re going to the park

  12. A homophone is a word that sounds the same but has a different spelling and meaning.
    My two friends went to the shop with my brother too.
    They’re over there with their cat.

  13. A homophone is two or more words that sound the same but have different spelling and different meanings.
    There is a zoo nearby us so we can go see your favourite animal, the tiger.
    There is a shop across the road so you can go buy the salad for the party.
    There is a new child in the class so be kind to them.
    It is their house so keep it clean and tidy.
    That is their car.

    I love that band they’re amazing.
    They’re in the park getting ice cream.
    They’re not going to school because they are feeling sick.

  14. A homophone is a word which sounds the same but has a different spelling and meaning.

    Sentences with the homophone in them:
    They’re going to the park. I went to their house. There are the cards.
    Two of the cards got ripped. I went to Miss Farrell. I went too the cinema with my classmates.
    I found a beautiful flower. I weighed out the flour out.
    I put my pair of socks in the wash. I ate a pear.
    I won the marathon cup. I had one more sweet left.
    I can see Lucy. I was paddling in the sea.
    I stepped on a tiny ant. I went round to my aunt.
    The mail man came to give me a letter. The males canging room was a mile away from the females.
    I can write 2 pages of English. I had to turn right to get to school.

    Homophone combinations:
    There, They’re and Their
    To, Two and Too
    air and heir
    aisle and isle
    ante- and anti-
    eye and I
    bare and bear
    be and bee
    brake and break
    buy and by
    cell and sell
    cent and scent
    serial and cereal
    coarse and course
    compliment and complement
    dam and damn
    deer and dear
    die and dye
    fir and fur
    hair and hare
    night and knight
    for and four
    flour and flower
    by and bye
    him and hymn

    challenge: write a sen tense with all the homophones in it:
    Two of my friends came to blitz night, Adela came too.
    They’re going to the park just there with their gang.

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