French Homophones

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By Mary Clements

French has homophones just like in English. In case you forgot, homophones are pairs of words that sound the same, but have distinctly different meanings and different spellings. Understanding homophones is an essential part of mastering language, both for vocabulary building and spelling! Some examples in English are: brake/break, cell/sell, die/dye, for/four, right/write, sole/soul, weather/whether and so on.

Below is a worksheet compiled by one of our awesome summer teachers, Olivia, who made sure all our students could use these accurately. Homophones, Check ’em out!

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Incases you are new here, check out some of our past worksheets!

Regular Verbs:

Irregular Verbs:
 I also compiled a list of very useful tools that all students should be aware of:
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