I will accept the call. Please accept my shoe.
except: other than (preposition).</dt>
Everyone except him. I like it except the love scene.
affect: alter (verb).</dt>
This affects the weather. You affect me.
effect: alteration (noun).</dt>
It's all special effects. You have an effect on me.
hole: a gap; a pit (noun).</dt>
I need it like another hole in my head. Dig a hole.
holly: the spiny shrub Ilex aquifolium; a name (noun).</dt>
Deck the halls with boughs of holly. How very Holly Golightly.
holy: sacred (adjective).</dt>
Holy cow! Is this the holy emerald eye of the swamp god?
whole: complete; in one piece (adjective).</dt>
I'm sick of the whole album. You ate a whole pizza?
it's: it is (contraction).</dt>
It's hot in here. It's a long way to Brazil.
its: of it (possessive).</dt>
I like its scales. Are you its organizer?
right: correct; the opposite of left (adjective).</dt>
That's right. Turn right at the signal.
wright: build; create (verb).</dt>
She's a shipwright? She's a playwright.
write: make words (verb).</dt>
Will you write me a letter? I'll write it down.
than: compared to (comparative).</dt>
It's sunnier than yesterday. You're smarter than that.
then: later; that time; because of (conjunction).</dt>
I ate lunch, then napped. If you do that, then I'll kill you.
they're: they are (contraction).</dt>
They're leaving. They're nice people.
their: of them (possessive).</dt>
Carry their bags. Their cat is hairy.
there: that place (noun).</dt>
Put them there. I'm going there tomorrow.
to: toward; with the intention of (preposition).</dt>
I'm going to eat. I'm going to Camp.
too: as well; overly (adverb).</dt>
I want a pony, too. It's not too expensive.
two: 2 (noun).</dt>
I'd like two ponies. There are two reasons.
who's: who is (contraction).</dt>
Who's on first? Who's that?
whose: of whom (possessive).</dt>
Whose bike is that? You know whose cat did it?
you're: you are (contraction).</dt>
You're right. If you're there, answer.
your: of you (possessive).</dt>
I like your shoes. Your aunt is calling.
From http://rheme.net/homonyms :D
Also; the word "whoa" is spelled just how I spelled it. It is not spelled "woah, woha" or any other way you can cook up. It is spelled "whoa." Deal with it.
"Cool" is spelled "cool." It is not spelled "kewl, cewl" or any other way you can cook up. Sorry to burst your bubbles.
You better believe that I cross posted this. You should, too.