sounds alike, different meanings
lets play a game... to too two.. sounds alike but different meanings...can you think of other words like this in spanish?
I don't think there are very many homonyms (don't want to say there are none) in Spanish because of the way Spanish pronunciation works. Because they pronounce the vowels the exact same way in given circumstances, there would be few (or no) instances where different combinations of letters, like in English, the "o", the "oo", and the "wo", all make the same sound. Each would have it's own distinct pronunciation.
That, at least, is my understanding of pronunciation. That's why I say that Spanish is a much simpler language than English. Pronunciation is one of the areas in Spanish in which there are very few exceptions.
We just did this not too long ago. I came up with:
casar - to marry, cazar - to hunt cocer - to cook, coser - to sew