Sound alike words, also known as homophones, cause confusion. Here at VocabularySpellingCity.com, we want you to learn the correct spelling and meaning behind all of the sound alike words. VocabularySpellingCity provides you with "confusing words" vocabulary lists for you to practice with.
We all have made those mistakes when, for instance, your friend had a hoarse throat and you sent an email that said, "Tommy has a horse throat." Did you really mean that your friend has a horse in his throat? Of course not!
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Practice makes perfect and with VocabularySpellingCity.com, practicing the correct use of homophones is fun and easy!
Did you know that you can import these or any lists into your own List Management? Simply follow these steps:
Log in to your account
Go to Find A List page and search for list
Click Import to the right of the list name
That list will now appear on your Homepage and in List Management, where you can edit the list.
How about the infamous words - there, their and they're? Do you know how to correctly use each word? Sound alike words are not there to trick you, so VocabularySpellingCity.com allows you to learn the proper meaning and spelling of each. Here are some sentences using them correctly:
The spelling books are over there on the floor.
The storm's wind gust blew away their outside toys.
I haven't heard from my cousins yet and wonder if they're coming to my party.