This is why so many individuals who have English as their second language can really become confused.
Then there are about twenty two words that are spelled exactly the same, yet pronounced differently and also have different meanings. Should a writer scribe "dove", is that person implying a noun, or a verb?
This publication addresses this issue. The some 188 words are displayed with their counter part or parts including a definition of each and inserted into a sentence that uses these same pronounced words. Hopefully this work will help the many who are somewhat confused when reading the English language, or trying to convey a thought that makes sense to someone who is very knowledgeable of the English language.
There is a lot of humor and instructors who use this book will see the humor in it and will allow their imagination to take over for expanding definitions. Thus, allowing the student to walk away less confused and more confident.