ESL learning: Homophones (toad, toed & towed)

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Homophones are words having the same pronunciation but different meanings, origins, or spellings.

For example toad (relatives of the frogs), toed (a foot part) & towed (to pull by a rope).

Select the right homophone in the sentences below:

1. Although they are quite slow in trees, three-(toad, toed or towed) sloths are agile swimmers.

2. The bumps on the skin of a (toad, toed or towed) help it blend into its environment by breaking up its outline.

3. Gliders were (toad, toed or towed) behind a powered aircraft during WWII.

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