Confusing Homophones

The other day I was explaining about the „good knight“. The observant ones already see where I‘m headed. While on paper it doesn't show, orally it creates a confusion and is mistaken for „good night“. Homophones are tricky words that sound the same while spelled differently. Today, in our language article, we check out the most common homophones.


Dear / Deer


Flee / Flea


Current / Currant


Muscle / Mussel


Maize / Maze


Flower / Flour


Serial / Cereal


Where / Were

Photos: Shutterstock / Collages: Martina Advaney

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