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What in the World is a Homophone? by Leslie…

What in the World is a Homophone?

by Leslie Presson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0812065859, Hardcover)

Homophones are words that sound alike but have different spellings for different meanings--knight and night, chews and choose. Here is an illustrated dictionary of 387 sets of homophones, each with a colorful, amusing picture to enlighten and delight young readers, newcomers to the English language, and poor spellers of all ages.

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An illustrated dictionary which contains over 400 pairs of pure homophones as well as separate lists of near homophones and of contractions that are homophones.

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