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Glossary of Usage - Index of Commonly Confused Words
Here in our Glossary of Usage you'll find more than 300 sets of commonly confused words--with links to definitions, examples, and practice exercises that should ...
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Commonly Confused Words - Glossary of Usage
Our Glossary of Usage contains more than 300 sets of commonly confused words --with definitions, examples, and practice exercises to help you keep these ...
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Answers to Practice Exercises: A-C (Glossary of Usage)
Here are the answers to the short practice exercises that accompany each set of words in our Glossary of Usage.
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Literally and Figuratively - Glossary of Usage
Traditionally, the adverb literally has meant "really" or "actually" or "in the strict sense of the word." Most style guides continue to advise us not to confuse literally  ...
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Discreet vs. Discrete - Glossary of Usage - Grammar and Composition
The commonly confused adjectives discreet and discrete: definitions, examples, usage notes, and practice exercises.
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Assure, Ensure, and Insure - Glossary of Usage
The commonly confused words assure, ensure, and insure: definitions, examples , usage notes, and practice exercises.
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Days and Daze - Glossary of Usage - Commonly Confused Words
"Days" is the plural form of the noun "day" (as in "one or two days a week"). The noun "daze" means a stunned or bewildered condition; as a verb, "daze" means ...
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Lay and Lie - Glossary of Usage - Grammar and Composition
The commonly confused verbs lay and lie: definitions, examples, usage notes, and practice exercises.
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Whose and Who's - Glossary of Usage - Grammar and Composition
The commonly confused words whose and who's: definitions, examples, usage notes, and practice exercises.
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Few (Fewer) and Little (Less) - Glossary of Usage
In traditional grammar, "few" and "fewer" refer to people or objects that can be counted; "little" and "less" refer to a small quantity.
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