Chủ Nhật, 27 tháng 8, 2017



AIR – HEIR [fresh air – heir to the throne]
AISLE – ISLE [an aisle seat – an isle is a small island]
ALTAR – ALTER [lead to the altar – to alter course]
BALL – BALL [play ball – open a ball]
BAND – BAND [a rock band – a rubber band]
BANK – BANK [the bank of the river – put the money in the bank]
BARE – BEAR – BEAR [with bare hands – we can't bear it – the polar bear]
BARK – BARK [dogs bark – the bark of a tree]
BAT – BAT [blind as a bat – a baseball bat]
BE – BEE [to be or not to be – be as busy as a bee]

BEAT – BEET [he often beats his wife – beets and carrots]
BERRY – BURY [berry is a small fruit – bury the dead]
BRAKE – BREAK [drivers who brake abruptly – a coffee break – don't break it]
BUY – BY – BYE [buy a car – sit by the window – say bye-bye]
CELL – SELL [a prison cell – my cell phone – sell books]
CENT – SCENT [100 cents in a dollar – a faint scent of roses]
CEREAL – SERIAL [eat breakfast cereal – a serial killer]
COARSE – COURSE [coarse fabric – a college course]
DEAR – DEER [dear friend – a young deer]
DESERT – DESSERT [desert from the army – apple pie for dessert]
DEW – DUE [morning dew – due date]
DIE – DYE [ everyone will die – she wants to dye her hair red]
FAIR – FAIR – FARE [that's not fair – book fair – bus fare]
FINE – FINE [one fine day – pay a fine]
FIR – FUR [a fir tree – a fur coat]
FIT – FIT [this dress does not fit me – a fit of anger]
FLEA – FLEE [flea market – flee the country]
FLOUR – FLOWER [two cups of flour – a beautiful flower]
FOREWORD – FORWARD [foreword in a book – move forward]
FOUL – FOWL [foul smell – domestic fowl]
GRATE – GREAT [grate cheese – a great opportunity]
GROUND – GROUND [fall to the ground – freshly ground coffee]
HAIR – HARE [she has dark hair – he runs like a hare]
HALL – HAUL [a concert hall – haul the boat]
HANGAR – HANGER [a plane hangar – a coat hanger]
HAY – HEY [hay fever – hey, is that you?]
HEAL – HEEL [heal the wounds – high heels]
HEAR – HERE [did you hear the news? – here it is]
HI – HIGH [hi, how are you? – high walls]
HOARSE – HORSE [a hoarse voice – ride a horse]
HOLE – WHOLE [a small hole in my sock – as a whole]
I – EYE [I love you – my left eye itches]
KIND – KIND [different kinds of people – you are very kind]
KNOT – NOT [a tight knot – not a word]
KNOW – NO [do you know him? – no, I don't]
LIE – LIE [tell a lie – lie on the floor]
LIGHT – LIGHT [bright light – as light as a feather]
MAIL – MALE [send by mail – male and female]
MAIN – MANE [the main reason – a horse's mane]
MATCH – MATCH [strike a match – a football match]
MEAN – MEAN [what do you mean? – a mean person]
MEAT – MEET [meat and potatoes – boys meet girls]
MISS – MISS [she missed her family – miss Smith]
MOLE – MOLE [a mole on the chin – as blind as a mole]
MOOSE – MOUSSE [hunt moose – chocolate mousse]
NONE – NUN [none of them – she is a nun]
OAR – OR – ORE [a boat with two oars – one or two – iron ore]
PAIL – PALE [a pail of water – his face is pale]
PAIR – PEAR [a pair of gloves – pear is my favorite fruit]
PEACE – PIECE [war and peace – a piece of bread]
PEAK – PEEK [mountain peak – peek into a hole]
PEER – PEER [peer group - peer into a dark room]
PIT – PIT [dig a pit – pit cherries]
PITCH – PITCH [speak in a high pitch –as black as pitch]
PLAIN – PLANE [plain answer – plain food – to go by plane]
POLE – POLE – POLL [flag pole – the north pole – public opinion poll]
POUND – POUND [pound of rice – pound vs dollar – pound on doors]
PRINCIPAL – PRINCIPLE [a school principal – a man of principle]
PRAY – PREY [pray to god – birds of prey]
RACE – RACE [the human race – a race car]
RAIN – REIGN [spring rain – during a king’s reign]
READ – REED [read a book – man is a thinking reed]
REST – REST [rest a little – leave the rest of them here]
RIGHT – WRITE [right or wrong – right or left – civil rights – write a letter]
RING – RING [a wedding ring – ring a bell]
ROLE – ROLL [play a role – on the payroll – the ball rolled away]
ROW – ROW [sit in the front row – row the boat]
SAIL – SALE [ships sail today – bought it on sale]
SEE – SEA [did you ever see the sea at sunrise?]
SEAM – SEEM [burst at the seams – she seems to be nervous]
SO – SEW – SOW [be so kind – sew a dress – sow the seeds]
SIGHT – SITE [beautiful sight – construction site]
SOLE – SOLE – SOLE – SOUL [sole heir – shoe sole – fillet of sole – body and soul]
SOME – SUM [some money – large sum of money]
SON – SUN [my only son – the sun and the moon]
STAIR – STARE [down the stairs – stare at people]
STAKE – STEAK [a future at stake – a steak dinner]
STEAL – STEEL [steal money – stainless steel]
STRAIGHT – STRAIT [a straight road – Strait of Gibraltar]
SUITE – SWEET [a hotel suite – a sweet cake]
TAIL – TALE [a bird’s long tail – a fairy tale]
TIP – TIP [tip of the tongue – give a big tip]
TOAST – TOAST [a piece of toast – propose a toast]
TOE – TOW [she stubbed her toe – tow a car]
TO – TOO – TWO [give it to me – we like it too – two days with me]
TRAIN – TRAIN [travel by train – train nurses for hospitals]
TRUNK – TRUNK [tree trunk – elephant trunk – wooden trunk – car trunk]
VAIN – VEIN [in vain – a vein is different from an artery]
WAIST – WASTE [a slender waist – a waste of time]
WAIT – WEIGHT [wait for someone – weight and height]
WARE – WEAR – WHERE [glassware – wear a suit – where is it?]
WAY – WEIGH [find a way – I weigh 150 pounds]
WEAK – WEEK [weak eyes – next week]
WEATHER – WHETHER [nice weather – ask her whether she wants to go]
WELL – WELL [very well – a deep well]
WHICH – WITCH [which of these? – she is a real witch!]
WHINE – WINE [dogswhine when excited – red wine]

ĐTP 22 AUG 2017

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