Tag Archives: Homophones

Le palais asséché

Homophones: words that are spelt alike and sound alike: En découvrant le palais royal, il en eut le palais asséché : By discovering the royal palace he had a dry palate (the roof of his mouth went dry).         Je ne … Continue reading

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Un excellent repas

More examples of Homophones: French words which are spelt alike but sound different and mean different things : Elle excellent à composer un excellent repas avec des poissons qui affluent de l’affluent. Il convient qu’elle convient leurs amis, elles expédient … Continue reading

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Il est de l’Est

Those of you who are paying attention may have spotted a homophone in this title above. ‘Est/est’ may be spelt the same but the two words are pronounced differently and have different meanings. A few examples of homophones: Mon premier fils … Continue reading

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