Check Out This Clever Illustration Of Words That Sound The Same, But They Are Not

Homophones are words that sound the same but have different meanings. Although these words sound the same, they confuse us and confuse our brains in various linguistic ways. Bruce Worden is a content creator who has developed the ‘Homophones, Weakly’ project, a set of sketches that are not just there to teach us something new, but also to amuse us. The author is so witty that the project has a homophone of ‘weekly’ (weakly) in the name to smoothly make fun of itself as well. Bruce’s work enables us to visually explore the field of homophones and homographs with simple, yet amusing, illustrations. Enjoy his work and don’t forget to tell us in the comments which one you find most interesting.

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