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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of homonyms

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of homonyms:

Derived Form of homonyms

root word: homonym
plural: homonyms
root word: homonym
Noun: homonym
two words are homonyms if they are pronounced or spelled the same way but have different meanings
Type ofwords,
Typeshomographs, homophones,

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  1. sound the same are called homonyms like your and you're for example. These are two homonyms.
  2. A few people responded with, yea yea yea, they're called homonyms.
  3. Blue and blew are homonyms.
  4. There's a reason I didn't call them homonyms, and that reason will be made clear in today's episode.
  5. Only words that fall within this part of the Venn diagram are homonyms, same name
  6. but we can go into even more detail because both of these homonyms Bank and Bank, and Skate and Skate
  7. one involves words that are spelled the same and that's not only include heterophones but also homonyms
  8. so I'm going to draw an outline that includes heterophones and homonyms
  9. But there's another category which also includes homonyms
  10. I don't know how well the silver shows up, but both heterographs and homonyms sound the same, they have the same sound
  11. Now often when people talk about homonyms what they're really talking about are homophones and that's
  12. And she said, Oh, I remember there were homonyms, and synonyms, and antonyms.
  13. If you don't know, homophones are a category of homonyms,
  14. quite a few homonyms as we go through this video.
  15. We've got three homonyms here, there, their and they're. Right the first there. It's an
  16. Now, these are homonyms. That means they're two words that sound the same
  17. Okay, next: I think you're beautiful. or I think your beautiful. Two more homonyms.
  18. Okay? Again, these are homonyms,
  19. Again, remember they sound exactly the same, they are what are called homonyms, but don't
  20. Hi. I'm Gill at, and today's lesson is about what are called homonyms.