In Response To Many Enquiries, A Complete Homonym/Homophone Word List Is Now Available...All 9370!
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Hi ... Roger Burke here.
Thanks for dropping in to find out about
Roger’s (smaller) Reference, our complete word list of homonyms and homophones...
Looking for a list of homophones or homonyms for a school project?
Here's the biggest list on the web ... 9370 words!
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I've received many emails, most of them queries about homophones or homonyms.
Here's a small sampling of what some have said (
"I need help on my English Homework. I have a trouplewith Vocabulary: such as Homonyms, Atonyms. anyone here can help me?"
(From Bill on 9/24/01)
"concerning the proper enunciation of the word ten, versus the word tin can you explain the correct usage?"
(From Charles on 9/10/01)
"needed the top ten most popular homophones for a contest."
(Anonymous on 9/27/01)
"I like language arts, and I am looking for homonyms."
(Anonymous on 10/6/01)
"i need to find homophones that begin with the letters E and J."
(Anonymous on 11/01/01)
"I'm trying to do a project for school where we have a 100 words and we have to think of a homonym for each one and it is due tomorrow and i'm getting really frustrated because i cant find a homonym search engine."
(From Jamie on 11/5/01)
"I have a school project to find as many homophones as I can."
(Anonymous on 11/7/01)
"need homework answers"
(Anonymous on 9/5/01)
"I am here today because my 9 year old son, who is in 4th grade, needed some help with his spelling homework. We are looking for 3 homophone errors in a paragraph and can't seem to find one of them. This web site didn't offer us the help we were looking for. Thanks anyway."
(Anonymous on 9/6/01)
"i like to write,
but i just might,
get too confused,
by words oft' used,
and so i search,
to leave this learch,
by finding ones,
to aid my puns"
(Carl on 12/5/01)
In particular, it has become apparent to me that many school students are often looking for lists or samples of homophones and/or homonyms.
Here's a small sampling you can read directly online (click here)....
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February 1st, 2015
Happily, I can now announce the perfect bound, paperback edition of Another Fool's Paradise is now for sale at Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and CreateSpace.com:
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Well, March has ended and still we are working to get the homonym and homophone database converted for mobile app. Design requirements and layout are finalized; the coding and graphics are now under way.
Rest assured, however, that all ebooks for this site are still available for the foreseeable future. Only when the app is up at Google Play and The App Store will those products be gradually discontinued.
Sherry and I are working as quickly as we can to get the app done. And we apologize for the delay to those patiently waiting.
The app, Sound Words, has been finalized and tested satisfactorily with a dummy database. Unexpected formatting issues, however, with my original database will require more time to modify before it can be used.
Realistically, those mods should be finished by mid-August or earlier. Thereafter, it will be quick to upload to Google Play and The App Store.
Data base modifications have been successfully completed. The app is now being assembled and tested for later upload, hopefully this month. Not long now....
Here's the novel app about challenging words used in English literary fiction:
...for all students and readers of English literary fiction.
Get it at Google Play now! And, also now at The App Store.