For knowing proper English, we must required to know the uses of some common homo phonic words which are sounding same way but actually their meanings are different from each other. My articles about homo phonic words are very very vital to handle that problems. If one can able to learnt them regularly, then only can able to manage the words. I request you all must read and collect them within spending some times here only. Following are the some more homo phonic words which make you confuse to using in your day today life. Here, there are more numbers of homo phonic words with meaning and uses. Just use them in your life and it influences your English knowledge a lot. Following are the some Homo Phonic words for your betterment.
76. (a) Knight :- A man given a rank of honour by a British king or queen because of his special achievements.
Example:- She was given knight honour for her bravery.
(b) Night :- The part of every 24-hour period when it is dark because there is very little light from the sun.
Example:- Many children are afraid of at the night time.
77. (a) Knit :- To make clothes, etc. by using two long needles to connect wool or another type of thread into joined rows.
Example:- Many ladies are knitting the sweaters during winter season in Delhi.
(b) Nit :- The egg or young form of a louse or other parasitic insect, especially the egg of a human head louse attached to a hair.
Example:- Sita has many nits (lice) in her head.
78. (a) Knock :- To repeatedly hit something, producing a noise.
Example:- Someone is knocking at the door.
(b) Nock :- Occasionally nocks will favour one group or the other and become valued in the group by filling a role others could not with out becoming alienated.
Example:- The Sengsen or Sensen group, with the Hoher Nock.
79.(a) Knot :- A join made by tying together the ends of a piece or pieces of string, rope, cloth, etc.
Example:- A join made by tying together the ends of a piece or pieces of string, rope, cloth, etc.
Example:- She knot with Pritam Pyare.
(b) Not :- Used with an auxiliary verb or ‘be’ to form the negative, used as a short substitute for a negative clause, used to express the ne.
Example:- Please, do not that work. To be continue:-
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