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Homograph lists for kids can be found on educational support sites like GreatSchools and K12Reader. Both sites also provide free printable worksheets to help kids identify and use homographs in sentences. More »

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Some common homophones are your and you're; to, too and two; and there, their and there. Some common homographs are desert, meaning to abandon, and desert, a dry region; bass, denoting a fish, and bass, a musical instrum... More »

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A homograph list is a list of words that have the same spelling, but different pronunciations and different meanings and uses. Some homograph lists also include homonyms, which are words that have the same spelling, the ... More »

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?Perfect,? ?lead? and ?bass? are three examples of homographs. Homographs are words that have the same spelling of another word, but the words have different meanings and are sometimes pronounced differently. More »

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