I take a deep breath of err and calm down.
Although to err is human, errs is plural and changes the pronounciation.
Missed a few easy ones though as once I got one spelling in my head it was surprisingly difficult to think of a different one!
Poor vs Pore/Pour
Err vs Air/Heir
Idyll vs Idol/Idle
I have lived in Australia and the UK and been to the US a number of times. Simply can't believe it's true.
Also, paw for poor - totally yes.
And idyll? I was dubious, but I looked that up and now I learnt something.
(I live in Oklahoma)
Shouldnt "hue" be an acceptable answer for a homopone for "you" (did try jew not yew :/ but it is more pronounced djew anyway I thought, so hue would be a better fit)
You and yew are both pronounced as 'YOO'
In New Zealand, heirs and airs are honomyms, but are pronounced differently from errs, which is pronounced more like "urze". And we pronounce idle with a long "i" ("eye-dull"), but idyll with a short "i", rhyming with "riddle".
I'm from the UK and agree totally in all respects. Re 'errs' I'm from the Midlands, lived in the south west and south east and now in the north and have never heard errs pronounced in any way than urze. (Mind you, I haven't lived in Yorkshire :-) .)