P5 English

What we covered today:

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different spellings. For eg, “their” and “there”.

Homographs (or homonyms) are words that are spelt the same but which may be pronounced the same or differently, and have different meanings. For eg, “bow” – as in “bow down” or “bow and arrow”.

HOMEWORK: Lesson 2 handout pages 16-20

 

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