Both words sound identical when spoken (īl). We talked about aisle in the seat assignment article, but you need to know when someone's saying aisle or isle.
Usually defined as a passage between rows of seats in a building, such as a church, theater, auditorium, an aircraft, or train.
- Would you like an aisle seat or would you prefer a window seat?
- During Christmas, supermarket aisles are extremely crowded.
This means an island or peninsula, especially a small one.
- For the next vacation, I'll be in a beautiful tropical isle.
- A couple of years ago this isle was not a huge tourist attraction.