Sentences with the homonyms “address, book and bank”

Homonyms are those words written and pronounced identically. To better understand, let’s see the following examples:




Address: 1. (noun) direction, place where someone lives, residence; 2. (verb) action that shows the way you speak to the other/to refer to the others

  1. She told me to come to this address and meet her.
  2. The Internet address you gave me is wrong.
  3. I tried to reach you, but it seems you have changed your address.
  4. You should pay attention to the way you address yourself to someone.
  5. The way she addressed me was rude.

Book: 1. (noun) an object consisting in several written pages bounded together; 2. (verb) the act of making a reservation to a hotel, restaurant, concert and so on, to register a message or to record the ID information of a suspect.



  1. The first book he wrote was a complete disaster.
  2. I’ve read all of his books.
  3. I want to book the tickets for that concert.
  4. The flight I booked was cancelled.
  5. She will book the hotel room for our vacation.
  6. I adore Stephen King’s last book.
  7. I rather read a paper book than an e-book.
  8. She booked my message.
  9. The police booked him since he was at the crime scene.





Bank: 1. (noun) financial institution where you can deposit your money or get a credit; 2. (verb) action related to the bank which describes either a deal with a financial institution or the action of storing your money into an account.

1. After he graduated, he got a job at a bank.

2. I like working with this bank.

3. This is the safest bank in Europe.

4. I want to bank my money somewhere safe.

5. I’ve decided to bank with the XYZ (fictional name of a bank).

 

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