Be or Bee?
Exemple : ‘’I would like to be a teacher when I am older.’’
"Be" and "bee" are homonyms and are often mixed up. "Be" is a verb used to say something about a person or thing in order to denote both a permanent and temporary state or quality.
Exemple : ‘’I was stung by a bee yesterday.’’
"Bee" is a noun denoting the insect which produces honey.