At a second meeting arranged by a fly, bee, hare, bear, mouse and deer homonyms and pronunciation of the English language are the main topic of a lengthy discussion. The sun and alittle elephant are observers listening to the discussion. Each animal gives their opinion about the situation and presents a number of problems andconclusions. The elephant is having a lot of thoughts about everything himself. In the end he comes to very wise decisions while the sun, who has been the other observer, is very happy with the ending. They both feel great about this most unusual day.
The fly thinks that a list of references about English homonyms would be very helpful to everyone for pronunciation and spelling. She creates 130 samples to refer to and encourages English studying students to search for more on the internet. These samples are translated into four different languages: French, German, Italian and Spanish plus lists of pages for languages not covered.