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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. Be sure there is enough daylight to make your ________ down the mountain.


2. One percussion instrument in the orchestra is the ________.


3. In the 1800's farmers depended on ________ horses to plow their fields.


4. It takes a couple of hours for bread ________ to rise.


5. Her skirt was the color of ________.



6. A small river is a ________.


7. If you oil the hinges of that door they won't ________.


8. It is a serious offence to ________ the army.


9. Birds catch worms that come out with the morning ________.


10. Bambi's mother was a ________


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