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Since A738a and I are working on the same idea.......and that can be too repetitive......let's change it up a bit.........let's see how much you can figure out on your own.  Can you find the differences and write a sentence with them or even a picture as A738a has done???  Here's the list.....and GOOD LUCK!!!! These words are all pronounced exactly the same.  

allowed/aloud

altar/alter

air/heir

bail/bale

ball/bawl

bear/bare

beat/beet

billed/build

blew/blue

break/brake

beech/beach

browse/brows

capital/capitol

cent/scent/sent

cereal/serial

ceiling/sealing

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Comment by Rosemary :) on Monday

    Thanks dear Paula  :) , I used to mix the spelling of capital and capitol  writing  in form capital  only thinking that there is no difference  mmmmm the " O"  was :) I was making this mistake  for years  , thanks again  big hug  dear ❤


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Comment by ❀❤•❀Paula✿.•❤øº on Friday

You people are amazing!!!  You have done so well with this.......and I have laughed and smiled and thoroughly enjoyed each and everyone!!!!  Yes Roman......you did good....as did Ziv and Bet.......Thanks so much!!!!  Rys....they surprise us each and every time!!  I see you agree!!!

Comment by Roman on Thursday

Hi, Paula!

The new words for me are:

Heir, bail, bale, bawl, sealing.

Here are my sentences:

Usually the rules of the libraries don't allow visitors to talk aloud inside reading hole.

The shape of the altars alters through the history.

The heir felt unconscious after coming to know that she is not going to get a heritage, so now she needs some fresh air.

George brought a huge bale of money to a law court, it was a bail for his brother.

The teacher bawled at my younger brother, after getting hit with a ball, unintentionally thrown by my brother.

She can't bear peeling the walnuts with bare hands.

I am sorry, but after reading that A738a's blog I can't come up with something better than: They joyfully spent the time, beating each other with the beets. :D

They got billed before the house was built.

The wild wind blew the roof of the two story house away and now we can see the blue walls of it's interior from our five's floor.

He decided to take a break and hit the brakes!

I have never seen a beech on the beach.

She was browsing inside mall and weirdly moving her brows every time after seeing the clothes' prices, similar to the phone numbers.

We write the word "Capitol" with the capital letter.

He sent one cent to his friend, previously sprayed some perfume with a good scent on it.

Usually I eat cereals and watch the serials in the morning.

Policemen are sealing the hole in the ceiling, made by robbers.

:D Yes, sometimes those words can be very confusing for the learners!

So, have I got the meaning of all the words?

Comment by Zivi on Thursday

wow, it is not easy to compete with bet. She did a good job. Anyway, I´d like to try my good luck:

Near the Washington Capitol I found a pond in the american Capital. As billed it needed a lot of capital to get Botanic Garden built. Close to the pond there grew a beech near the beach under which a bare bear was found. Since a soft wind blew out of the blue the scent of the bare bear was sent to the visitors and cost them no cent. Nobody has been allowed to complain abloud about the stink. Otherwise they were punished with a fine for the captol´s ceiling sealing. Poor bear, hadn´t it browsed this sorrowless it could have kept hold of its brows still. But as it has been surprised someone stole it´s coat and bailed it in a bale somewhere in any barn.

Lol of course this story is not true, just came to my mind eating my cereals while watching the umpteens sequel of a TV-serial.

Comment by bet on Thursday

Thanks a lot paula and rys....lol

Paula please give more rhyming words to play but after eid vacation, okay

Comment by rysperski on Thursday

Oi folks,

Caramba...I must say most decisively that bet ain't only remarkably good at preparing yummy dishes but does equally brilliantly at juggling with words ...my, oh my!!!


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Comment by ❀❤•❀Paula✿.•❤øº on Thursday

BRAVO!!! Bet!!  Good job!!  Thanks so much for your participation!!!

Comment by bet on June 14, 2018 at 9:34

He blew a blue trumpet to announce his  Love! Then he sent a costly scent to me. His this sort of behaviour made me mad, I speed up my car and could not manage the brake and gear and finally I have broken ( base break) my ankle and got hurt on my brows. Then I decided to browse on net to get more information about him, I have found he likes beach. Even, now I know he owns an island where he had planted a lot of beech and beet. Hey, do you like beet? I think people beats the beets a lot to get sugar from it, am I right? Oh...there is a white bear in his island and I saw he was feeding it with his bare hand, what a scene!

Comment by bet on June 14, 2018 at 9:17

Great rhyming word, I just love them and lie to play with them, it is a great way to learn new words and to remember them!

Please allow me to call your name aloud! Last night suddenly I found rain water was coming inside through the torn bamboo made ceiling, do you thing sealing-wax will fix it? Some women are too glued to  Tv it seems they  eat serial instead of cereal! Can you tell me if I walk along a beach can I see any beech?

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