Words that sound alike or look alike

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Look Alike, Sound Alike, Not Alike Words: An Index Of Confusables by David Powell

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Words That Sound Alike and May Be Confused by ESL Students

Buzzy Bee riddles are a play on the sound and spelling of words. This is easily done because many words in the English language sound alike or are spelled alike but have different meanings. Bee is spelled with two "e's" and therefore any words with the letters "b" and "e" are likely to have an extra "e" when misspelled by Buzzy. While the following words are spelled correctly, look for their misspellings in the Buzzy Bee riddles and Buzzy's "answers. What other words might Buzzy misspell? Hint: look up "be" in the dictionary.

While the following words are spelled correctly, look for their misspellings in the Buzzy HOMONYMS are words that sound alike but have different meanings.
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Words That Sound Alike

One of the challenges in medical transcription is that the audio quality is not always of optimal quality. There are many words that sound alike, and some can be difficult to understand, even in context. Below is Part 1 A — C listing sound alike words that are encountered by medical professionals, along with a brief definition. With WEBscribe, a client interface portal for document management, 2Ascribe continues to implement and develop technology to assist and improve the transcription process for physicians and other healthcare providers. As a service to our clients and the healthcare industry, 2Ascribe offers articles of interest to physicians and other healthcare professionals, medical transcriptionists and office staff, as well as of general interest.

The English language is confusing, and no one knows that better than the clever people who write SAT questions. Hundreds of words look remarkably similar to other words, but their meanings are most often completely different. The first means wasteful of money, the second means big. You may be unfamiliar with either one. Adding to the trouble, you know the word prodigy , and will try desperately to use that knowledge to figure out the other two words. It won't work.

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