Homophones

The idea of the blog came from the correction of my mistake by Mr. Bijan to the word 'week' instead of 'weak'. The word homophone means one word that has the same pronunciation of another word or two, but they have a different meaning or spelling, such as the two words mentioned above, or (sun/ son), (too/ two), (sea/ see). Sun is the star which the earth orbits or revolves around it. While son means a boy or a man related or associated to both his parents. Too means so, likewise or to the higher degree. Two means this number "2" or more than one.  I made a terrible mistake when I was writing my last blog, love. I wrote this sentence (I was week). The word week refers to a period of seven or five days. Of course,. I meant (I was weak).  Weak here, as an adjective means lacking the power or the ability to perform physically. This is all because of love. Honestly, I was trembling when I wrote that sentence. My concentration was poor remembering those painful moments of my life. Nevertheless, that was not an excuse for me to make such a terrible mistake like that.  So please, watch out for homophones. 

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  • Teskkur ederim Selma! Thanks for your sympathy. You are a true friend. Can you see cyber assault and give us your idea about it, thanks again, my dear good friend!

  • No matter the slip of the tongue Dear Dara,

  • Passion de quoi mon ami, Leidy. Thanks for your nice comment!
  • Passion de quoi mon ami, Leidy. Thanks for your nice comment!
  • Muchas gracias Isodro! Thanks for your nice comment! Can you see my photo about the honey pizza?
  • Muchas gracias Isodro! Thanks for your nice comment! Can you see my photo about the honey pizza?
  • Thanks for sharing this nice blog

  • I love you idea! 

  • Mamnoon ya Mohammed. You are most welcome! Can you see hajj 2, too?

  • All the best.... Again thank u for ur lesson on homophone.

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