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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. Sally shed a lot of ________ over her lost puppy.


2. A single ________ dropped on to her cheek.


3. Meet me at the first ________ at sunrise.


4. The heart is a ________ of love.


5. Is it ________ house?



6. Are you going ________?


7. She told the campers a scary ________ about a mysterious murder.


8. How much will that be with sales ________?


9. An area of land without trees is a ________.


10. The children told ________ mother a lie.


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