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Never sound dumb again with this guide to the 33 most commonly misused English words and phrases. | School | Someecards

Never sound dumb again with this guide to the 33 most commonly misused English words and phrases. | School | Someecards

All you grammar sticklers out there don’t even need an infographic to tell you which words people routinely mix up, but if you’re tired of being corrected or are more than a little self-conscious about you’re (hah!) writing skills, double-check yourself with this list from Fingertips Typing Services.H/T to David Eaves.Via Fingertips Typing Services.Like infographics? So do we.

All you grammar sticklers out there don’t even need an infographic to tell you which words people routinely mix up, but if you’re tired of being corrected or are more than a little self-conscious about you’re (hah!) writing skills, double-check yourself with this list from Fingertips Typing Services.H/T to David Eaves.Via Fingertips Typing Services.Like infographics? So do we.

Avoid saying "very" too much.  497f34736d6f60bfba60a03b8a089cf1.jpg 800 × 1 200 bildepunkter

Avoid saying "very" too much. 497f34736d6f60bfba60a03b8a089cf1.jpg 800 × 1 200 bildepunkter

Dropping these 5 words and phrases is going to make your writing a whole lot stronger.

Dropping these 5 words and phrases is going to make your writing a whole lot stronger.

Affect/Effect, Alot/A lot/Allot, Assure/Ensure/Insure, Different from/Different than, Further/Farther, I/Me, i.e./e.g., Less/Fewer, Lose/Loose, That/Which/Who/Whom,

Affect/Effect, Alot/A lot/Allot, Assure/Ensure/Insure, Different from/Different than, Further/Farther, I/Me, i.e./e.g., Less/Fewer, Lose/Loose, That/Which/Who/Whom,

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