When Should You Use Bear or Bare? Or Whether or Weather? Know Your Homophones!

A homophone is a word that has the same sound as another word but is spelt differently and has a different meaning. Today, we highlight a few of the most common homophones and differentiate them for you so you will never make the same mistake again. Hope you enjoy!

centre vs center

complement vs compliment

bare vs bear

fair vs fare

feet vs feat

mourning vs morning

mussel vs muscle

stationary vs stationery

naval vs navel

piece vs peace

plain vs plane

principal vs principle

serial vs cereal

prey vs pray

sole vs soul

whether vs weather


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