Lets work with some of the interesting nuances of language today and incorporate HOMONYMS into our writing. Homonyms include two categories of word types: homophones and homographs.
Homographs are words that are spelled exactly the same but have different meanings.
Homophones are words that have the same pronounciation, but have different spelling and meanings.
Here are a few examples of homophones to get you started:
There, Their, They're; Sew, So, Sow; Oar, Or, Ore; Holey, Holy, Wholly; For, Fore, Four; Dew, Do, Due; Cite, Sight, Site; Buy, By, Bye; Aisle, I'll, Isle; Burough, Burrow, Burro.
Let's see how many different homonyms you can incorporate into your writing today. Pick any topic to get started and see where your muse takes you. Good Luck!