The difference between“The“,“Heel“y“Heal“
“He’ll“,“heel“y“heal“they are easy to confuse because they sound identical (that is, they are perfect homonyms). However, their meanings are very different.
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- “He’ll“ is a contraction of“he will do it“. Por ejemplo:
- He’ll arrive at 3pm.
- “Heel“ is the back of a foot.“To heel“means to put on or renew the back of a shoe or boot. For example:
- I have blisters on my heels.
- The cobbler will heel my black shoes.
- “Heel“ is a command for a dog to return to a spot behind its owner’s foot. For example:
- Bonze, heel! ✔️
- “To heal“ means to make something sound or be healthy again. For example:
- The cut should heal in a few days.
“The“is a contraction of“the“.
Example sentences with“he’ll“:
- What’s special about Superman is that he’ll always make the right choice.
- He’ll go down in history as one of our finest leaders.
El sustantivo“heel“is the back of a foot. It also describes the raised back of a shoe. The verb“to heel“means to fix or renew the back of a shoe or boot. It is also an instruction given to animals (usually dogs) to closely follow their owner.
Example sentences with“heel“:
- I haven’t found a heel that’s been too high for me yet. ✔️
- I’m teaching my dog how to heel. ✔️
(Here,“heel“is a verb.)
El verbo“heal“it means to make healthy, whole, or wholesome.
Example sentences with“heal“:
- If you carry joy in your heart, you can heal any moment. ✔️
- We shall heal our wounds, collect our dead, and continue fighting. ✔️