Commonly Confused Homophones To Two Too preposition the number 2 “also” I’m going to the movies. Two of my friends are coming with me. My other friend wants to come too, but she is too thirsty. There Their They’re a location belonging to them short for “they are” Take a seat over there, but don’t bother that couple and their dog; they’re busy. Theirs There’s belonging to them short for “there is” That table is theirs, but there’s another one over there where you can sit. Your You’re belonging to you short for “you are” Is that your poem? Wow, you’re a great writer! Its It’s belonging to it short for “it is” Look at that car – its bumper is falling off. It’s going to be hard to repair that! Are Our Hour plural form of the verb to be belonging to us sixty minutes They are here. Are you joining them? They have been chillin’ at our house for an hour. In An And preposition article (a/an) conjunction I walked in the door. Inside I saw an old man. He was big and scary. Then Than connects two events in a sequence compares two things I learned homophones and then impressed my teacher. I think I might be better at homophones than he is. Affect Effect usually used as a verb meaning “to influence” usually used as a noun also “to act in a way that you do not feel” meaning “the result” Right Write Piece Peace Patience Patients Weather Whether The doctor needed patience to deal with The weather is sunny; I can’t decide the patients who would not stop talking. whether to wear a skirt or shorts. Hear Here You can’t hear the difference between homophones, but the differences are here on this paper. No Know No, you can’t confuse your homophones. I know you know them.
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