Write Right Now contains two homophones – two words with the same pronunciation but different spellings and meanings. One of those homophones is also a homonym – a word that could mean more than one thing, spelt the same way and pronounced the same way. My sister site Copywrite Now uses a cunning mixture of homonym and homophone depending on the way you split up the words. I imagine most people can see what I’ve done with the two titles, but this kind of wordplay is possible because the English language is frankly a bit of a mess for clashes in words’ spelling, pronunciation and meaning. It’s a frequent difficulty for new learners and native speakers alike, and I doubt most people have given it a second thought since school, so I’m gonna don my teacher cap and explain a little about the mechanics of these ridiculous words.