The opening of your story carries an awesome responsibility. The goals of your opening scene are (1) to successfully introduce the story-worthy problem; (2) to hook the readers; (3) to establish the rules of the story; and (4) to forecast the ending of the story. If your opening fails to accomplish any one of these elements, then your opening will be faulty.
Homonym vs. Homophone vs. Homograph (Grammar Rules)
Learn when you're writing or reading a homonym vs. homophone vs. homograph with Grammar Rules from the Writer's Digest editors, including a few examples of each.