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Homonyms - Vocabulary Questions and Answers.


1. The pulmonary ________ carries blood from the heart to the lungs.


2. He ________ his brother-in-laws'car to the shop.


3. The tiger jumped ________ the ring of fire.


4. She ________ a yellow ribbon on her front gate to welcome her husband home.


5. You must ________ the line when you are in the Marines.



6. Season the chicken with a little ________.


7. Give me ________, please.


8. The shy youth felt tongue ________ in front of girls.


9. The ________ was hard to follow after the rain.


10. The doctor worked to save her life but the effort was in ________.


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