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What Two Words Sound the Same But Spelt Differently

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Slough (usage: I made a slough of cookies; definition: a whole bunch) and slew (usage: I slew the lion; definition: killed) - do not forget which to use 😉

 

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19 minutes ago, JessiesMom said:

Slough (usage: I made a slough of cookies; definition: a whole bunch) and slew (usage: I slew the lion; definition: killed) - do not forget which to use 😉

 

When they finally come for us, I hope we get to share the same cell.

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On 3/18/2019 at 1:54 PM, evalynn said:

These two have different vowel sounds to me--short i and short e, respectively. How do you pronounce them?

Google it and click on the dictionary sound icon

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On 3/18/2019 at 2:35 PM, JessiesMom said:

Slough (usage: I made a slough of cookies; definition: a whole bunch) and slew (usage: I slew the lion; definition: killed) - do not forget which to use 😉

 

Nooooo not the lion!!!!! 😯😁

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