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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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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 to ...
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Who, Which, and That - Glossary of Usage - Commonly Confused ...
Who, Which, and That: definitions, examples, usage notes, and practice exercises.
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Literally and Figuratively - Glossary of Usage
However, as discussed in the article How Word Meanings Change and in the notes below, the use of literally as an intensifier has become increasingly common ...
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Who and Whom - Glossary of Usage - Commonly Confused Words ...
In formal English, use whom when a sentence requires an object pronoun ( equivalent to him or her). Contemporary usage, however, increasingly favors the use ...
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Poor, Pore, and Pour - Glossary of Usage - Commonly Confused ...
The adjective poor means needy, impoverished, inadequate, or inferior. As a noun, pore means a small opening, especially in an animal or plant. The verb pore ...
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Your and You're - Glossary of Usage - Commonly Confused Words ...
"Your" is the possessive form of "you." "You're" is the contraction of "you are."
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Set and Sit - Commonly Confused Words - Glossary of Usage - Set ...
The transitive verb set means "to put" or "to place"; it takes a direct object, and its principal forms are set, set, and set. The intransitive verb sit means "to be ...
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