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I used to get brother and boyfriend mixed up. Not their meanings, obviously, but just in speech. Mushroom and marshmallow as well, which was interesting when I was a barista asking customers if they wanted mushrooms on their hot chocolate
I sometimes have problems with the words...observe and absorb when I need to speak them out loud or is that aloud?
Right and left! Even though I know one from the other, whenever I give someone directions I always seem to say "left" when I mean "right" and vice versa. Embarrassing!
As an English/reading teacher I have often noticed how students get confused with except and accept and then with than...........................
Effect and affect. I think I may finally have mastered it. I'm supposed to have a good memory. A little brain fog at times lol
Reign in and rein in. It makes me cringe when I read "He tried to reign in his tendencies..."
For me it was personnel and personal till I start working at personnel department of my organization LOL. Then it shifted to effect and affect like it said above. But i am in the process to make it a habit to differentiate between them.
Caviar and Escargot. I have no idea why, but I always get the two confused lol
by India Arnold6 years ago
What's the best way to know when to use the word "effect" vs "affect" in writing?This one has always given me trouble; when is it a noun, when is it a verb, and can both words be used as noun and...
by lorenmurcia6 years ago
Which is correct, "the affects of" or "the effects of"?My teachers have always taught me "the effects of" but I can see other writers write "the affects of". I'm a non-English...
by Carolee Samuda5 years ago
Do idled hubs affect traffic to your other hubs? I need a precise answer from someone who knows.Let me elaborate. Does Google hold back sending traffic your way if you have idled hubs? If not, why is it that when you...
by Joel Diffendarfer3 years ago
Help me out here...What is the correct useage of 'effect' and 'affect'?Spell check...no problem...Grammer check....hmmn...even grammer check seems to struggle with the correct useage... Please help me out with...
by NatValente7 years ago
What's the difference between 'affect' and 'effect'?
by TheMusiconomy6 years ago
If I write a really long hub, over 3000 words, Will it negatively affect my hub score?
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