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Homonyms, Homophones and Homographs

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English
Class 7

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Define and identify the use of homonyms, homophones and homographs

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Choose the correct homonym to complete the sentence:

That theatre is not _____ anymore.

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What are these words called? 'principal - principle, access-excess'

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Choose the correct homonym to complete the sentence:

The __________ was dark as there was no moon.

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Choose the correct homonym to complete the sentence:

Is there any _____ in the fridge?

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In the question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelled or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicized words.
I. During the riegn of Gupta rulers, India made tremendous advancements in art and culture.
II. He has taken over the riens of the new government.

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Choose the correct homonym to complete the sentence:

My mother _____ where the restaurant was.

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Identify the correct use of homophones:

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In the question below are given two sentences numbered I and II. In these sentences, two homonyms are given in italics type, which may be either misspelled or inappropriate in the context of the sentence. Read both the sentences carefully and decide on their correctness on the basis of the italicized words.
I. He won the election only because of the support he got from his zealous party workers.
II. Savita's friends were jealous of her success in the prestigious competition.

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Homonyms are

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Identify the correct homophone to complete the sentence:
________ the only ones left on the island. 

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Words in ContextWords and Word FormsSynonyms and AntonymsHomonyms, Homophones and HomographsIdiomsConditional Phrases and ClausesPhrasal VerbsSimileMetaphorPersonification

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