Homophones are words which are pronounced the same but differ in meaning. English is a language which has several. Sometimes the words are spelled the same and sometimes they are spelled differently.
The words rose (flower) and rose (past tense of rise) are spelled the same but have very different meanings. On the other hand, through and threw not only have different meanings but are spelled differently.
Here are a few examples of English homophones:
aisle isle I'll
two too to
there their they're
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