Homophones to, two, too
A homophone is a word which sounds almost the same as another, but is spelt in a different way and has a different meaning.
Two is a number.
To - going to the shop, going to school.
Too - too much or too many.
Homophones - where, we're, were
Homophones are words which almost sound the same, but have different meanings and are spelled differently.
Where - is a place
Were - is a verb - we were going to the shop
We're is a contraction- it is short for 'We are'
Homophones - they're, there, their
A homophone is a word which sounds like another, but has a different spelling and meaning.
There - is a place.
Their - means belonging to them.
They're is a contraction - it is a shortened version of 'they are'.
To distinguish between homophones, ie words with common pronunciations but different spellings, eg eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign.
Objective To distinguish between homophones, ie words with common pronunciations but different spellings, eg eight, ate; grate, great; rain, rein, reign.
Homophones - misc
Adjectives and Adverbs
Beginnings and Endings