My daughter is studying this in third grade and I thought I would start a new game.
A homograph is where you have two words spelled the same but, they have 2 different meanings and usually different pronunciations.
Live / live
close (up close) / close (the door)
fit (clothes)-fit (rage)
mean (not nice)/mean (explain)
record(vinyl) / record (copy sound)
Tear (cry) / tear (a piece of paper)
wind (up that toy)
lead (lead the way)/lead (lead in a pencil)
bass(musical instrument)/bass (a fish)
dove (the bird)/dove (in to a pool)
bow (tie a bow)
bow (take a bow) (front of boat)
present(gift)/present (to show)
wind (weather)/wind (wind up a toy)
use (it is no use)
use (i need to use .....)
lol Laura, that should be in the Homophone thread, not his one although ROUTE does have 2 pronunciations.
Feast (big food fun)
ooops...I thought I was in the homophone thread! LOL sorry...
refuse (not accept)/refuse (trash)
row (boat)/row (seating...first row)
well (dah, well?), well (for water)
proceeds (from a fund rasier or benefit)/proceeds (move ahead)
drawers (dresser)/drawers (underwear)
live ( I live at.....)/ live ( Live from NY,it's Saturday Night!)
stroller (baby's)/stroller (walker)
go (motion)/ go ( it's like..I said)