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Heteronyms, words with two (or more) meanings

February 15, 2011

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Today we are going to work on heteronyms, that is, words with more than one meaning. Let’s see who is the first pair of students to get all the words in

exercise1

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Wasn’t that difficult, was it? Sometimes the trick is to read the definitions carefully.And of course, the pronunciation,which sometimes changes. When you do this exercise at home, if you have doubts about how the word is pronounced, go to howjsay . You can also use oddcast to put the word in Spanish and get the translation and pronunciation in English.

More exercises on one word two meanings:

heteronyms exercise 2

heteronyms exercise 3

heteronyms exercise 4

heteronyms exercise 5

heteronyms exercise 6

heteronyms exercise 7

heteronyms exercise 8

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. manoli permalink
    February 20, 2011 9:54 pm

    Hello! I think ” oddcast” could be very usefull for our pronuntiation. I really like this page.

  2. Marisa de Dios permalink
    February 21, 2011 11:43 am

    Glad you like it Manoli.

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