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Did anyone else that was learning English have a hard time distinguishing between homophones? I remember in the beginning of my elementary school days when I was on line for lunch and we could only get 1 dessert (not desert haha), so I told the lunch lady I wanted a cupcake and the kid behind me said "me too". I literally though he was asking for 2 cupcakes so I told the lunch lady if I could have 2 too.

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Homophones can be a bit tricky when you are a child. However, reading a lot makes it easier to get acquainted with each homophone and identify them differently.

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