35 Clever Illustrations Of ‘Same’ Words That You Probably Confuse Way Too Often By Bruce Worden


Homophones are phrases that sound the identical however have totally different meanings, homographs look the identical, and homonyms are every part that confuse the heck out of us and befuddle our brains in numerous linguistic methods. And there’s hardly anybody who is aware of them higher than Bruce Worden, the founding father of the ‘Homophones, Weakly’ mission. It even has a homophone of ‘weekly’ within the title to softly poke enjoyable at itself, too. It’s sensible!

Bruce goals to supply a visible exploration, a philological journey if you’ll, into the realm of homophones (and lately homographs) with minimalistic black and white illustrations.

You’ll discover his greatest latest drawings under, pricey Pandas. So put in your ‘I love English’ caps, scroll down, and upvote your favourite photos. Want some extra for dessert (or is that desert? [Wink wink, nudge nudge])? You’ll discover Bored Panda’s first article about ‘Homophones, Weakly’ proper over right here.

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