In the English Language some words have the same pronunciation but are spelled differently and have different meanings. These words are called homonyms, and this week we will focus on the homonyms "principal" and "principle".
To make things more complicated, both the words "principal" and "principle" have many different meanings! A few of the audio clips are very long so I had to speak very quickly, making it an even bigger challenge for you to solve the questions in the exercise!
You may have to try this weeks lessons several times before you fully master it. Email me if you have any questions (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You should also note that the word "principal" has an additional meaning that is not covered in the exercise, try to figure out what it is (Hint: this website may help: Cambridge Dictionaries Online !