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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

Fill in the blanks with appropriate homophones. Were you _____ in time to _____ the news last evening?” asked Mr Meson.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

Fill in the blanks with appropriate homophones. _____ children do not play for more than an _____ in the Sun.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

Fill in the blanks with appropriate homophones. The detective found a musical instrument called the ____ among the ____. 

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

Fill in the blanks with appropriate homophones. The ______ casing of the locker was so tough that they found it impossible to break into it and ______ the money.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

Use the correct homophones for the sentence. Considered the air to the Trump throne, she was the soul beneficiary of her father’s million dollar fortune. 

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

State the function (part of speech) of the underlined homophones.   You are allowed inside the premises. Cheer aloud for your team.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

State the meanings of the underlined homophones. I’ll be walking down the aisle very soon, said the smiling girl, if everything goes as planned. The British Isles can be spotted on this map.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

State the function (part of speech) of the underlined homonyms used in the sentences. Farmer created a separate sty for the sow and her young ones. Instances like these sow seeds of discontent.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

State the function (part of speech) of the underlined homonyms used in the sentences. His bark is worse than his bite. The bark is converted into mulch.

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CBSE - IX - Grammar - Homophones and Homonyms

State the function (part of speech) of the underlined homophones used in the sentences. The book with the red cover was not read by anyone. Red is my favourite colour.

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