Ahhh, yes. The wonderful and mysterious world of homophones and homographs. You know, it’s funny how I never spent nearly this much time in high school worrying about grammatical concepts. Interesting how I couldn’t care less about it back then, but now I can’t wait to dive in and discover something new. Time flies when you get old.
Anyway… I certainly can’t speak about all languages, but interestingly enough both Thai and English have homophones and homographs. I can tell your excited. Oh, wait! That’s not excitement; that’s the look of “what the hell are homophones and homographs?”
Okay, fine, how about we talk about what they are first and then work our way into some examples in Thai?