Night or Knight?
Exemple : ‘’It gets dark very early at night now!’’
The words "night" and "knight" are homonyms and thus are commonly mixed up. "Night" is used to denote the dark period which comes after the evening and during which the majority of people sleep.
Exemple : ‘’He was made a knight by the queen due to his services to the music industry.’’
"Knight" is used to denote someone who has received a special accolade from the British monarch and who thus has the right to call themselves "sir." It can also be used in a historical context to denote a man who fought in battles on the back of a horse.