Most Important English Vocabulary Part - I

Most Important English Vocabulary Part - I

List of Homophones and Homophones -
Homographs are words that are spelled the same but have different meanings while Homophones are words that sound the same when you pronounce them, but have different meanings. We have selected these words for maximum usefulness. All these have appeared in recent years in different exams. it will be helpful in upcoming exams like ssc cgl, ssc chsl as well as IBPS PO Clerk and SBI PO. 
  1. Ade – drink type, as in lemonade
  2. Aid – to help or assist
  3. Aide - assistant
  4. Affect - change
  5. Effect – result or consequence
  6. Err – to make a mistake
  7. Aisle - walkway
  8. Isle - island
  9. Allowed - permitted
  10. Aloud – out loud
  11. Ant – an insect living in organized colonies
  12. Aunt – relative, as in your mom's sister
  13. Arc - curve
  14. Ark – Noah's boat
  15. Ate – chewed up and swallowed
  16. Bare - uncovered
  17. bear – grizzly animal
  18. berry – fruit from a bush
  19. bury – to put underground
  20. bee – buzzing insect
  21. beach – sandy shore
  22. beech – type of tree
  23. beat - to pound
  24. beet – type of edible plant
  25. berth – tie up
  26. bite - nibble
  27. byte – 8 bits (data)
  28. blew – past of blow
  29. blue – color of ocean
  30. boar - pig
  31. bore – not interesting
  32. bore - to drill
  33. borough – area or district
  34. burrow – dig through
  35. burro – small donkey
  36. bough - branch
  37. bow – bend or curtsy
  38. buoy – floater
  39. boy – young man
  40. brake – stop pedal
  41. break – smash
  42. bred – form of breed
  43. broach - mention
  44. brooch - pin
  45. brows - eyebrows
  46. cell – compartment
  47. sell - vend
  48. cent – penny coin of USA
  49. sent – past form of send
  50. cereal – breakfast food
  51. serial - sequential
  52. Chile – country in South America
  53. chili – bean stew
  54. chilly – frosty
  55. chord – musical tone
  56. cord - rope
  57. cite - quote
  58. site - location
  59. sight - view
  60. complement – enhance; go together
  61. compliment - praise
  62. council - committee
  63. counsel - guidance
  64. creak - squeak
  65. creek – stream of water
  66. crews - gangs
  67. cruise – ride on a boat
  68. dear - darling
  69. deer – woodland animal
  70. dew – morning mist
  71. due - payable
  72. die – cease to exisT
  73. dye - color
  74. doe – female deer

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