By Ron Murdock
Somehow English has become the number one language in our world. Yet it has so many words that sound the same, but have different meanings. Below are a few examples.
- An oldie is which witch is which.
- I went to the store to buy two liters of milk too.
- The bear went bare on the beach but barely made it through the day.
- The rat was known to rat on other animals.
- I went to the store for four things.
- Remember to book an appointment at the book store.
- Go forth on the fourth day of the month.
- The light bulb was light to carry.
- I got the dirt on dirt.
- The golf course was coarse to play on.
- What does reel life in the movies have to do with real life?
- Some people hold their deer dear.
- They’re going to build their house over there.
- Writing a novel is a novel idea.
- I don’t know about people that can’t say no.
- You’re at your house.
- Max paid the max on his credit card.
- The person had a right to turn right at the corner.
- When on a walk stop so smell a flower. When at a bakery stop to smell the flour.
- One needs to write about the right stuff.
- The pail was pale in colour.
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