In English words can someties have two meanings. Look at these examples:
- Water – can be a verb meaning to give water to plants
Water – can be a noun (H2O)
- Bark – can be a noun – the outside part of a tree trunk
Bark – can be a verb – what a dog does when he wants to warn you about something
- Face – can be a noun – a person’s face is made up of eyes, nose, mouth etc.
Face – can be a verb that means to confront (usually a problem)
- Draw – can be a noun that means the score is equal
Draw – can be a verb that means making a design on paper with a pen, pencil, paint etc.
- Date – can be a noun that refers to the date on the calendar.
Date – can be a verb that means to see someone romantically
- Iron – can be a noun which means to remove the wrinkles from your clothes.
Iron – can be a noun that means the metal, iron.
- Ring – can be a noun referring to a circular object, usually a piece of jewelry.
Ring – can be a verb that means to call someone on the phone (old phones used to have bells that rang).
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