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Study the word list: Non-statutory words: homophones and near-homophones #1

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accept
I accept your apology.
except
I'll eat anything except bananas.
affect
The government cuts will affect everyone.
effect
A rhetorical device, such as a question, is used for effect rather than to get an answer. *
bawl
The upset baby did nothing but bawl all night.
bury
My dog likes to bury bones.
brake
The car had to brake hard.
break
Be careful not to break that glass.
fair
Jane has fair hair.
fare
He lost his bus fare and had to walk all the way home. *
grate
Grate some cheese to go in the sauce.
great
There was great relief at the rescue.
groan
She keeps moaning and groaning.
grown
I have grown tomatoes for ten years.
hear
Shout across the valley to hear the echo.
ball
He kicked the ball through the window.
berry
The holly berry is bright red.
here
Wait here until I get back.

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