What Is Their Main Difference?
'Rode' is the simple past tense and the past participle of the verb 'ride', whereas, 'road' is a noun and it is the path on which vehicles move. Look at the examples below:
I remember how he
So, should I take the
They only have similar pronunciations.
Are they Interchangeable?
Despite their identical pronunciations, they cannot be used instead of one another. 'Road' is a noun, while, 'rode' is a verb. Compare:
✓ Walk straight along the
X Walk straight along the
As you can see, this one is grammatically wrong.
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