Homophones are words which have the same pronunciation as each other but different spellings and meanings. For example: 'so' and 'sew'
This is a list of homophones. Hope you enjoy reading it.
Regards,
Suha

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thanks, that's very useful!
Hi Guistiniano,
That's make me happy to discuss useful topics in English.
Regards,
Suha
My dear friend,
It's such an interesting way to emphasize on important topics that would help us improve our English and widen our knowledge.

Rosy said:
Hi Suha:
You are right. Here are some of them.
accessary, accessory
ad, add
ail, ale
air, heir
aisle, I'll, isle
all, awl
allowed, aloud
alms, arms
altar, alter
arc, ark
aren't, aunt
ate, eight
auger, augur
auk, orc
aural, oral
away, aweigh
awe, oar, or, ore
axel, axle
aye, eye, I
bail, bale
bait, bate
baize, bays
bald, bawled
ball, bawl
band, banned
bard, barred
bare, bear
bark, barque


Thanks alot my dear friend
You're welcome!
realy useful thanks for sharing with us .
So glad to hear that. Thanks for your nice comments!

 So helpful post! I think we  just can infer the meaning of these words in a specific context, since they are equal in pronunciation. It's harder to distinguish them in speaking than in writing. He goes one question: How can we do to get better the  distinction of them in speaking? Just listening to English continuously?

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