- Homophone Note
|part of speech:
||used in comparisons to show that two things happen simultaneously.
The older I get the more forgetful I become.
||used in comparative statements to show relative degree.
He went on a diet and looks the better for it.
||used before a superlative to indicate the thing or object so described.
She is the smartest child in the class.
The words the
(you) can sometimes sound alike but have different meanings.