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Grammar Homographs/Homonyms & Homophones Goal for Lesson 10: You will learn the difference between words that sound the same but have different spellings.

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2 Grammar Homographs/Homonyms & Homophones Goal for Lesson 10: You will learn the difference between words that sound the same but have different spellings & meanings. You will identify homographs & homophones.

3 Grammar Homographs or Homonyms : A word or a group of words that share the same spelling but have different meanings. e.g., right(the right side) and right(correct).

4 Words that sound the same & are spelled the same but have have different meanings. Homonyms/Homographs: Example: lead (the metal) and lead (verb). Grammar

5 Homographs/homonyms can have the same or different pronunciations, e.g., well (adjective, to be healthy) well (noun, a spring or natural Source of water) lead (noun, the metal) lead (verb, to take charge).

6 present a gift / to introduce object a thing/to be against refuse rubbish/not to agree produce what's grown on a farm/to make tear rip/a clear liquid secreted from the eye

7 Identifying the correct meaning for the homograph/homonym word in context: 1.I would like to present to you my new friend. 2. I object to the ruling of the referee in the game. 3. Fresh produce is the healthiest choice at the food market. Grammar

8 Examples: Ant (noun)/ aunt (noun) bare (adjective)/ bear (noun). Words pronounced the same as another but will have a different spelling and different meaning. Homophones :

9 Homophone examples: Grammar Billed : receiving notice of payment required Build : to construct or make Dear: a greeting in a letter Deer: mammal of the family cirvidae, as in moose, or elk Fair: free from bias, or a carnival, or moderate Fare: the cost to purchase

10 Grammar Homophones Can you locate the different homophones in the sentences on the next slides? Often you can know their meaning from the context of the passage. We will practice them together.

11 Underline the correct homophone(s) in each sentence: 1.The ( sale, sail ) on the lake will be rough today. 2. A large ( boulder, bolder ) rolled down the mountainside. 3. Why is that crowd on the ( pier, peer )? Using Words: Homophones

12 Underline the correct homophone(s) in each sentence: 1.The ( sale, sail ) on the lake will be rough today. 2. A large ( boulder, bolder ) rolled down the mountainside. 3. Why is that crowd on the ( pier, peer )? Using Words: Homophones

13 Grammar The words that you do not know the meanings of will need to be looked up in a dictionary! Dictionaries are useful tools!

14 Using Words: Homonyms 4. Don’t you like to ( brows, browse ) around in a bookstore? 5. We spent several ( days, daze ) at an old-fashioned ( in, inn ). 6. The ship was caught in an ice ( flow, floe ).

15 Using Words: Homonyms 4. Don’t you like to ( brows, browse ) around in a bookstore? 5. We spent several ( days, daze ) at an old-fashioned ( in, inn ). 6. The ship was caught in an ice ( flow, floe ).

16 7. They did not want to ( lone, loan ) our their book. 8. We drove four miles in a foggy ( missed, mist ). 9. Don’t you like to ( sea, see ) friends? Using Words: Homophones

17 7. They did not want to ( lone, loan ) our their book. 8. We drove four miles in a foggy ( missed, mist ). 9. Don’t you like to ( sea, see ) friends? Using Words: Homophones

18 10. Jack ( threw, through ) the ball ( threw, through ) the goal. 11. We ( buy, by )fish from the market at the ( beach, beech ). 12. The parade will march ( strait, straight ) ( through, threw ) town. Using Words: Homophones

19 10. Jack ( threw, through ) the ball ( threw, through ) the goal. 11. We ( buy, by )fish from the market at the ( beach, beech ). 12. The parade will march ( strait, straight ) ( through, threw ) town. Using Words: Homophones

20 13. Will ( you, ewe ) please take the lead and go first? 14. The farmer caught the horse by the ( rain, reign, rein ). 15. She stepped on the ( break, brake ) suddenly. 16. ( Their, There ) are too many people to get on this boat.

21 13. Will ( you, ewe ) please take the lead and go first? 14. The farmer caught the horse by the ( rain, reign, rein ). 15. She stepped on the ( break, brake ) suddenly. 16. ( Their, There ) are too many people to get on this boat.

22 17. The wren ( flew, flue ) in a ( strait, straight ) line. 18. We were not ( allowed, aloud ) to visit the museum yesterday. 19. How many dollars and ( cents, scents ) do you have? 20. What a tremendous ( feat, feet ) the team accomplished!

23 17. The wren ( flew, flue ) in a ( strait, straight ) line. 18. We were not ( allowed, aloud ) to visit the museum yesterday. 19. How many dollars and ( cents, scents ) do you have? 20. What a tremendous ( feat, feet ) the team accomplished!

24 Write a homophone for each word below. Remember a homonym is a word that sounds the same as another word but has a different spelling and a different meaning. Examples: their / they’re / there, hear / here

25 1.weigh ______ 2. heir ______ 3. fare ______ 4. threw ______ 5. maid ______ 6. soar _______ 7. ate ______ 8. see ________ Write a homophone for each word below:

26 1.weigh way 2. heir air 3. fare fair 4. threw through 5. maid made 6. soar sore 7. ate eight 8. see sea Write a homophone for each word below:

27 Grammar Putting it into Practice: Can you locate homonyms/ homographs & homophones in your independent reading? List them in your journal. Write the correct meaning next to each one.

28 Grammar NOTE: Work on the handout: Homonyms and Homophones (homographs-synonym for homophones) to practice the correct word and spelling in the correct context. Be careful! These words can be tricky!

29 Grammar Thank you for joining me today for lesson # 10: Homonyms and Homophones (homographs-synonym for homophones) And until next time, Good-Bye.


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