¡La Esquina de la Gramática! Rule 24
And what about homophones?
Last week we talked about homonymous in Spanish, but now lets talk about homophones.
A homophone is a word that is pronounce the same as another word, but differs in spelling and meaning. Some of these words in Spanish are:
Cabo: End piece
Cavo: From the verb Excavar
Grabe: From the verb Grabar
Vidente: With sight or clairboyant
Bidente: It has two teeth
Hojear: Leaf through
Ojear: To take a look
Aprehender: To apprehend
Aprender: To learn
Hasta: A preposition in Spanish
Ay: An exclamation that express ache/surprise
Hay: From the verb Haber