Languages that KNOW NO limits – Fun with words for language lovers of any language!

Languages are fascinating. This short blog has some fun with sentences where two words with the same pronunciation but a different meaning come next to each other. Here are some examples in different languages. Can you think of more? ADJACENT HOMONYMS A homonym tends to be defined as a group of words with the same pronunciation and spelling but a different meaning My gardener leaves leaves on the path Does that suit suit him? I watched the rice shoot shoot up on speeded-up film. He often sticks sticks into people. It’s a fair fair – they don’t cheat you. I felt felt to see what it felt like. This is a French French horn but that one was made in Germany. a mobile phone shop set up in a van wh

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