Homophones: 7 Confusing English Pairs

In this English lesson, you will learn seven pairs of confusing English words that are often even confused by native English speakers. These words are going to help you when you are speaking and writing. Avoid using the wrong words by knowing the difference between the words.

We will look at the following sets of words: lose and loose, cupboard and wardrobe, allowed and aloud, overdue and overdo, biennial and biannual, breath and breathe, a few and less. These word pairs are often confusing and sometimes difficult to pronounce. I will help you with pronunciation and spelling as well as an example sentence. At the end of the video, There's an activity that you can do to help you practice these confusing word pairs. Thanks for watching!