• Here, you'll learn words that are pronounced the same but spelled differently. Work on your French spelling and practice distinguishing words that sound alike based on context.

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    What can you put away in a closet? A "ballet" or a "balai"?

    le bal, la balle, le ballet, le balai...

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    Did you visit your "tante" or stay in a "tente"?

    la tante, la tente, l'étang, les temps...

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    Does he have a beautiful "voie" or "voix"?

    la voix, la voie, la fois, le foie...

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    Which one slithers on the ground: a "ver" or a "verre"?

    le verre, le ver, le vers, le vert...

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    Is it "la fin" or "la faim"?

    la faim, la fin, le pain, le pin...

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    What did he spill on his pants? A "jean" or some "gin"?

    le gin, le jean, l'ami, la mie...

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    Did you visit a "port" or a "porc"?

    le port, le porc, le sot, le sceau...

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    It's more fun to read a "conte" than a "compte".

    le conte, le compte, le ton, le thon...

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    Does he leave his bike in the "cours" or the "cour"?

    le cours, la cour, le coup, le cou...

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    Which one is sweet and juicy: a "mûre" or a "mur"?

    le mur, la mûre, la statue, le statut...

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