Homonyms Resources


Hey everyone!     So I really wanted to talk about something I find very important, especially for those learning to master the English language. I realized that the minimal emphasis on spelling in public schools led to a major fault in the younger generation's writing skills. I found that unless a child reads often, it's hard  for them to determine what "there"... read more


Commonly Mistaken Homonyms: A Picture Guide Written by tutor Lynne S. Its, it's Their, there, they're Your, you're The words in red are possessive, meaning they indicate that something belongs to someone. Each word above in blue is a contraction, which means a pronoun and verb put together. The apostrophe takes the place of a missing letter. Let’s... read more