Here are five worksheets on the homophones soar and sore.
Soar is an intransitive verb, though it also has use as a noun, meaning “the range, distance, or height attained in soaring” and “the act of soaring: upward flight.” The noun isn’t tagged as archaic in Merriam-Webster’s; I don’t know about you, but I’ve never used soar as a noun.
Sore, of course, is an adjective, and it’s how you feel after an injury or other trauma, or after intense exercise.
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