Homophones are the words that sound the same, yet have different meanings. In this article we will see the difference between Eye, Aye and I and their correct usages.
Eye Vs Aye Vs I
Eye: (n) Organs of sight in vertebates; (v) look at closely or with interest.
- She has an artist’s eye for colour.
- My cat is blind in one eye.
Aye: (n) an affirmative answer, especially in voting.
- Aye, I have lost an eye, said the pirate.
I: (pronoun) first person pronoun with which a speaker denotes himself
- I don’t like going to parties.