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Where and were; their, there and they're; are and our; affect and effect...
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More of a grammatical error/confusion, but "its" and "it's."
"It's" is a contraction of the words "it" and "is".
Whereas "its" refers to possession, and though normally an apostrophe is used to indicate possession, it's not used in this case.
lightening versus lightning
The electricity that comes from the sky is lightning. Michael Jackson's skin underwent lightening.
Judgment has been misspelled as judgement so many times it may soon be accepted to use judgement. At least my spell checker likes both. Now who is the judge of that?
"Occurrence" is one of the most mispelled words. I actually had to look it up in the dictionary right before I posted it here. Two C's and two R's every time.
often people get there and their mixed up
i find it difficult ... because i get mixed up with words ending in sion tion cion, i never know wat goes with some words. if u see what i mean? x
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