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July 8, 2013

Can You Find 48 Homonym Errors in This Marriage Tail?

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Written by: Shari
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Head over to the rest of this article over at HEDUA, to see how homonyms and marriage relate!

Then see if you and the kids can find the 48 homonym errors in this Marriage Tail! And for more homonym fun, check out this free printable!

Homonym Wedding Tail

 

That was such a wholly day twenty-ate years ago when he placed that wring on my finger, and the preacher red the vows, and we became sole mates. Eye still shed a tier when I think of the weigh heed look in that soot threw the vail I war.

When we walked down the isle to the alter, and said aye dew, we gnu wee weren’t going too bale out. We wood beet the odds even if it wood brake my hart, or weed dye trying! It was quite a feet, because as the years flue bye, and thyme past, it was sow hard.

He nose I love him, though. There is know weigh wheel part or isle ever go aweigh from hymn! If yew ever meat us yule sea why I prays hem sew!

 

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About the Author

Shari
Shari Popejoy, wife of twenty-eight years, mother of three, founder of a local co-op for hundreds of homeschool children, author of seven books, and creator of Won Without Words (a blog of encouragement for wives) lives in the quiet country of the Ozarks where she enjoys writing surrounded by nature (and her children, of course). She is currently completing Volume V of the Livingstone Library, an adventure series for 'smart' kids, which features characters with character, and underlying allegorical spiritual truths. She enjoys high places and the road less traveled, and moments when all is well, and peace permeates like a fragrance. . .oh, and chocolate, fresh fruit and veggies, and early morning sunrises. Read her blog at WonWithoutWords.com.




 
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Homonym Fun

A homonym is a word that has the same sound as another, but different meanings whether spelled the same or not. From the Latin, homo means same and nym means name.
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One Comment


  1. Leah

    Got ‘em all. I think I’ll have my kids do this one too ;-)



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