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  1. Grammar GurusHomonyms Created By : Chasity,Kelsey,Colton, And Eduardo

  2. Homonyms • Your, You’re, Its, It’s, They’re, Their, There, To, Two, Too, Were, Where, Wear, Clothes, Close, Clothes. • DEF:A word having the same sound but not the same spelling or meaning.

  3. You’re DEF: You are • You’re amazing. • You’re doing a good job.

  4. Your • DEF:Belonging to you. • What is your middle name? • Is that your pen?

  5. Its • DEF:Possesive form of it . • The dog buried its bone. • An eagle uses its wings to fly.

  6. It’s • DEF:It is or it has. • It’s crazy in the mall. • It’s been forever since I saw you.

  7. They’re • DEF: They are. • They’re going to the store. • They will unload the car when they’re finished.

  8. Their • DEF: Possesive form of they. • The workers received their paychecks. • They walked to their car.

  9. There • DEF: To a place. • There was a man that looked like him. • He found his book there in the shelf.

  10. To • DEF: In the direction of; toward. • To go there, you need directions. • Lets go to the store.

  11. Two • DEF: One plus another. • There are two people over there. • Two people are in charge.

  12. Too • DEF: Also; more than enough. • You are cool, too. • That’s great too.

  13. Were • DEF: Plural and second person singular. • There were lots of books. • How many were there?

  14. Where • DEF: In what place. • The kids asked where the books were. • The man was where the book was.

  15. Wear • DEF: When you put on something. • You wear clothes. • You wear your boots when its cold.

  16. Clothes • DEF: Wear a certain fabric. • I decided to put on warm clothes. • Are you wearing those clothes?

  17. Close • DEF: To shut something. • Close the door. • Close your mouth.

  18. Cloths • DEF: Pieces of cloth. • The kids said the book had a piece of cloth. • The kids bookmark was a cloth.