Welcome to 'rhymelight', a weekly series that wants to explore the hardly surprising fact that letters can be crucial in our understanding of words. Each week we will present you with an English sentence combined with a suitably misleading picture. In each sentence one word is spelled incorrectly (a letter may be missing or wrong or there may be one to many), while the word itself will rhyme with the correct word. Your task, of course, is to find the correct sentence. Have fun.


This week's rhymelight:

Answer to last week's rhymelight

Enjoy past rhymelights

legal note: The collages were created by myself using the free graphic software GIMP. I took great care to use images from the public domain only. Should you spot any copyrighted material please give notice. I'm also glad to acknowledge that this idea has been inspired by Graham Rawle's Lost Consonant series in the Guardian newspaper.