What is the homophone of the word break?
Similarly, it is asked, what is difference between brake and break?
As a verb, the word brake means to stop. As a noun, brake is a device for slowing or stopping motion. The word break means to smash or to shatter as in to break a cup. It also means to take a recess, as in a coffee break.
Beside above, how do you remember brakes and breaks? Break or brake: Brake is both a verb and a noun. As a noun, it is a word used as mechanic device to stop a vehicle and to carry out that action out is considered a verb. Remember, a person breakdowns when his brakes fail.
Similarly, what is the homophone of aisle?
The answer is simple: aisle, I'll, isle are homophones of the English language.
What are homophones examples?
Examples of Homophones
|ad, add||ate, eight|
|know, no||meet, meat|
|one, won||their, there, they're|
|theirs, there's||to, too, two|
|who's, whose||your, you're|