More homophones



The following homophones came up during our conversation session: RAIN / REIGN / REIN. Once again, they are all spoken the same but the meaning is quite different.

If you don’t know any of them, look them up in a dictionary – a traditional book one or on-line – but make sure it’s English-English. First, try to understand the explanation in English. Only if it is still not clear, check out its translation.

Finally, send in a couple of sentences showing that you’ve understood the meaning.


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Have you seen yesterday’s post on homophones? If not, click here.

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