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.

More for you …

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

One comment

  1. I really liked the homophones idea hubby. So lemme try it…
    Before they touch my reign, prepare the reins of the horses that we will leave for battle even under of rain.

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