I am learning to identify homographs
I am learning to use homographs in a sentence to show the different meanings
I turned back and walked back where I came from.
My back is under my neck and above my legs.
After swimming I had to change out of my wet togs.
The shopkeeper gave me my change which was $2.
The light that we used to guide us.For example we use the light to see in the night.
The rock was heavy but the wind was lighter than the rock.
It was so hot that I wind down the window in my car.
The wind was so rough that it damaged the town.
I cleaned the dishes in the sink.
The boat started to sink.
My mum had to sign the permission slip so I can go to the Zoo.
We use sign so that we know where we are going and also we use signs for those people who can’t hear.
The bass in the drum
We caught fish that was called Bass
I ran down the hill
I was down
My nana rocks me to sleep.
There was an avalanche and huge rocks came down and blocked the road.
I had to lead the parade.
A metal is made out of lead.
Bat We use a bat to swing the ball.
Bat A bat is nocturnal.
Can I drank a coke cola can.
Can “ I can do this”.
Row There was 6 rows of chairs in the movie theater.
Row,row,row your boat ...
Where you get your money.
I climbed up the bank to get to the top of the hill.
I had to pay my fine because I got a ticket.
I was not fine.
My own homograph:
Back: I came back from work.
Back: My back hurts
Tag:”Tag your in”.
Tag: This price tag says it just $50 for for ten t-Shirts.
Bow: I show respect to the queen by bowing down.
Bow:I got my bow and my arrows so I can practice for the finals at the archer.
Cricket: I like to play cricket.
Cricket: I’m scared of crickets.
Minute: “ You only have 5 minutes left to do your test”.
Minute:This toy is minute.