I am learning to identify homographs
I am learning to use homographs in a sentence to show the different meanings
I turned back and walked back where I came from.
My back is under my neck and above my legs.
After swimming I had to change out of my wet togs.
The shopkeeper gave me my change which was $2.
The light was very bright so I had to shield my eyes
The Apples in the bag were very light but the oranges were heavy.
The breeze from the wind blew me over the moon.
I was hot so I winded down the window.
I wash my hands in the sink before I eat.
It was very heartbreaking to see the boat sink deep down into the water.
My mum uses the signs on the road to find out where she is going.
My dad had to sign my little brothers enrollment forms.
The drum bass was very loud.
I saw a bass fish swimming in the aquarium.
We went down the hill.
I lay down and put my downed duvet on me.
Some little kids were throwing rocks at our window.
My mum use to rock me to sleep.
I was in the front of the line so I was leading.
That roc was made out of lead.
I hit the ball with my bat and it went far far away.
The bat hung upside down in the cave.
I drank a can of coke.
I can do it!
We stood in rows of 3.
Row, Row, Row your boat.
I put $100 in my bank.
I ran up the bank to the top of the hill.
I had to pay a fine because I got a ticket.
Miss Ashley has very fine hair.
My own Homographs:
I like to wear bows because I like Jojo Siwa.
I gave a bow at the end of my performance.
I usually have a nap in the evenings.
My mum made stuff even between her and the Financial people.
It took me a minute to change my dogs food.
The ant was very minute.
I like to play Cricket in my free time.
I do not like Crickets that much.
I waved goodbye to my family.
Their are very big waves in the sea.