Homophones In Context

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Today’s episode is about homophones, words that sound the same, and what happens when you encounter homophones with little context.

Homophones In Context – 10th September 2014

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2 thoughts on “Homophones In Context

  1. Now, why couldn’t smehtoing have peaked my interest, as in being the highest point of my interest? I’m just curious as to whether or not peak could be used instead of pique in situations like this. are they both proper or does pique HAVE to be used?

    1. ‘Peak’ and ‘pique’ are different words but you’ll find many native speakers mistake them as well.

      To peak – to reach the highest point.
      To pique – to stimulate.

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