Is a homophone a type of figurative language? Explain.
A homophone is a set of two or more words that have the same pronunciation but different meanings. A homophone may have the same spelling and pronunciation with different meanings or different spelling and the same pronunciation with different meanings. An example of a homophone would be the words been and bean.
Answer and Explanation:
A homophone is not a type of figurative language. Even though homophones and figurative language are both classified as types of literary devices,...
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fromChapter 19 / Lesson 6
Explore the world of homophones. Identify homophone characteristics, see homophone examples, and understand the difference between homographs, homophones, and homonyms.