Homophones Grammar Trivia: Test Your Knowledge! Quiz
10 Questions |
By Purple2412 | Last updated: Apr 8, 2020
| Total Attempts: 195
Do you believe you can pass this test on Homophone grammar trivia? A homophone is a word that is spoken like another word. The two may be spelled the same or different. This example is the case with the word’s carrot and carat. One is a delicious orange vegetable, and the other demonstrates the weight of diamond jewelry. They are both sound like the same word but are spelled differently with different meanings. See if you can pass this test.
Questions and Answers
The baby girl was given a brand _____ teddy bear.
< new / knew >
I saw a big, brown ______ running in the woods.
< bare / bear >
The girl ______ the ball so hard, the window broke.
< through / threw >
The boy ______ his bed every day for one week.
< made / maid >
I really like ______ house because it is so close to the beach.
< there / their / they're >
I do not like to eat ______ but to me all vegetables are delicious.
< meat / meet >
The little ______ ran so fast, it was just a blur.
< hair / hare >
I could not ______ the television because the music was too loud.
< here / hear >
Please do not leave your ______ behind after the excursion.
< waist / waste >
We were all ______ after cheering at the swimming carnival.
< horse / hoarse >
What do you know about homophones? Homophones are words that are spelled differently and have different meanings. The homophones which have as many as seven spellings are called multigyms. There may be differences in the dialect...
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In the forest, you might see a grizzly __________.
A homonym is a word that holds the same sound as another but a different meaning. An example of such a thing is the words, too, to, and two. There may be words that are spelled alike but have different meanings. The first and...