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homophones

TermDefinition
Capital A capital letter : A capital city
Capitol The building in which the state legislature meets
Witch Being what one or ones
Which A person to believed to have magic powers
Your Of or relating to yourself or yourselves
You're You are
There In or at that place : Into that place
Their Of or relating to them or themselves
They're They are
To Used to indicate movement or something suggesting movement toward a person ,place or thing reached
Too In addition
Two The number two
Buy to exchange for payment
By identifying the agent performing an action
Bye Used to express farewell
Hear To hear with ears
Here in, at, or to this place or position
Hour a point in time
Our one or more other people
Are 1st, 2nd, 3rd person plural present of be.
Its belonging to or associated
It's It is
Principal first in order of importance; main
Principle a fundamental truth
Accept consent to receive
Except not including; other than
Weather the state of the atmosphere
Whether expressing a doubt or choice between alternatives
Compliment a polite expression of praise or admiration.
Complement a thing that completes or brings to perfection.
Then after that; next; afterward
Than introducing the second element in a comparison.
Created by: MadiSpeer