Tuesday, February 7

Fashion.Photos. Homophones.

Re-post with answers.

Homophones: two or more words that share the same pronunciation but have different meanings
They may or may not be spelled on the same way.



One (hint design on most of the dresses)   First photo flower/Second flour


Two (hint the type of antler on the table)   First photo moose/ second mousse


Three (hint cute white thing on the floor)        First Photo bear/second bare (skin)


Four                                                        Frist photo Sun/ Second son


Five (hint next to the girl in blue)                     First photo pail/ Second pale (skin)


The ESL teacher in me had so much fun doing this. 
 Stay tune for the homographs.
 (Joke... ummm kind of)


Can you think of any more?




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Answers: flower/flour, moose/mousse, bear/bare, sun/son, pail/pale

5 comments:

Brynn {chartreuse and a twist} said...

LOVE this!!! Okay, now I see where your inspirations went...and I love it!!! This post is fantastic! I would love to see you link up in the future...but no rush... whenever you feel like it :) Orange crushing next week, if that strikes your fancy :) XO brynn

Mila said...

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fruit.root.leaf. said...

Have to be honest, I still haven't figured out a couple of them. It's fun, though!

Mitzi said...

Now I get it.

Eva Gallant said...

Wonderful photos...especially the last one!