Commonly Confused Words: Hilarious Homophones 2

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Do you remember these confusing words known as homophones?

That’s right, Homophones are when two words sound exactly the same but have different meanings. In our previous article “Hilarious Homophones #1,” we showed you a large range of homophones which you will see in everyday life. Can you remember the difference between these words?

Night – Knight  /  Hair – Hare  /  Muscles – Mussels

Today, thanks to our good friends from Kaplan International, we are happy to present you with another hilarious infographic which demonstrates some more funny homophones related to animals. Look through them all first to test your knowledge, then check the vocabulary list below to see if you understood correctly

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Homophone Vocabulary:

Grizzly – a large North American brown bear.

Grisly – something that causes horror or disgust.

Guerrilla – a member of a small independent group, which typically fights against larger forces.

Gorilla – a great ape found in the forests of central Africa. It is the largest living primate.

Soul – a style of popular music, combining elements of gospel and rhythm and blues.

Sole – a European flatfish.

Flee – to run away.

Flea – a small wingless jumping insect.

Dear –  used as an affectionate or friendly form of address.

Deer – a hoofed animal with bony antlers.

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  • Rodrigo says:

    So funny! 😀

  • Great article. I did some mistakes while talking to others. Now I'll avoid those.
    Very funny.