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Commonly Confused Homophones
|Part of Speech
|We are tired.
|That is our dog.
|It is almost lunch hour.
|She did play however, she got a bye into the next round.
|I went to the store to buy a loaf of bread.
|The boat sat by the lake.
|He was angry and wrote the email in all capital letters.
|Mr. Smith went to the capitol.
|According to the more recent census Rachel is not as popular of name for girls as it once was.
|Despite the two beers, his senses were quite clear.
|The food was cheap and salty.
|The bird at my window had been cheeping all night.
|He could cite Shakespeare appropriately for any occasion.
|He believed in showing up to the job site early.
|At the sight of another ship, the pirates grabbed their swords.
|She claimed her running ability came from her parents genes.
|My grandmother still complains about the kids with the baggy jeans.
|Everything on my desk is in its place.
|contraction for "it is"
|It's been a long time since that cowboy showed his face around here.
|After many years of intense training he was able to snatch the stone from the master's hand.
|Who really knows what the director's intent was?
|I know all about fly fishing.
|No cake for me, thanks.
|At Christmas time the children open all their presents.
|The karate teacher had a knowing presence about him.
|We went to the barbershop.
|This coffee is too hot!
|I have two dollars.
|Sit over there by the table.
|It's their court and their rules.
|contraction for "they are"
|They're boarding the plane now.
|The weather is lovely this time of year.
|I couldn't tell whether this ship was sea worthy.
|Their love, like the plants without water, withered.
|contraction for "who is"
|Who's she fighting for?
|Whose flower is this?
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