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English The Easy Way

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Rose & Rose

Rose – a kind of flower.

  • I like white roses.
  • How much do the roses cost?
  • I am going to have red and white roses at my wedding.
  • We need to buy some flowers for my mother. She likes roses.
  • My children sent me roses for my birthday.

Rose – the past tense of rise.

  • The price rose only a little since last year.
  • The market rose 10% since last year.
  • Everyone is the room rose when the President came into the room.
  • The curtain of the show rose 3 times in the theater.
  • I rose from my bed when I heard the strange noise.


Bark & Bark

See & See

Wait & Weight

Ring & Ring

Duck & Duck

Find & Fined

Fluke & Fluke

Sun & Son

Left & Left

Meat & Meet

Pen & Pen

Rock & Rock

Rose & Rose

Right & Right

Saw & Saw

Spring & Spring

Wound & Wound