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An astute reader caught the Hu-Dad in a funny word choice error yesterday and that leads us to our grammar tip of the day. Do not worry as this will not be too painful, but we were tripped up by a homonym yesterday.
Homonyms are words that sound alike, but actually have two different meanings. For example, dough and doe. Hu-Dad might have referred to the dough-eyed look that Frankie had, which brought to mind this:
As opposed to this:
We have reprimanded our editorial staff (basically, Hu-Dad) for this grievous error. He will be providing us with ear scratches and belly rubs to compensate for his error.
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