The last time I posted an infographic showing 10 funny homophones, it was viewed over 11,000 times in one day alone!!!!
The wonderful illustration by Kaplan clearly captured your imagination. So I thought I would share with you 10 more hilarious homophones beautifully illustrated in the infographic below.
Homophones are those confusing words in the English language that sound the same but have different meanings and spelling. I know it’s extremely annoying, but what can you do…..
mussels – a small shellfish with a soft body inside a hard black or green shell, often cooked and eaten as food;
knight – in the past, a European soldier who wore a suit of armour and rode a horse.
current – happening or existing now;
currant – a small round fruit that may be red, black, or white;
bald – with little or no hair on your head
bawled – to cry loudly
hare – an animal similar to a rabbit
Are there any new words you’ve discovered? Do you know other homophones?
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