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How to Pronounce hook?

Correct pronunciation for the word "hook" is [hˈʊk], [hˈʊk], [h_ˈʊ_k].

What are the misspellings for hook?

"Hook" in context

Hooks are an essential element of any writing; a hook is a piece of information or an experience used to capture the interest of the reader and to lead them into the story. Hooks can be anything from a particularly notable event to a shocking statistic or captivating quote. A hook should be something that engages the reader and is relevant to the overall story; it should set the tone of the piece and offer the reader an intriguing glimpse into the story before beginning. A good hook isn't too long and should summarize the main point of the content in a way that it grabs the reader's attention.

What are similar-sounding words for hook?

Usage over time for hook:

This graph shows how "hook" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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