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Commonly Confused Words
Your and You’re ●Your school needs to review basic grammar. ●You’re failing at basic sign etiquette.
To, Too, and Two ●I want to go to the zoo. ●I ate too many circus peanuts! ●I accidentally adopted two baby elephants.
Its and It’s ●It’s my party and I’ll cry if I want to. ●The boogie monster ate my cake, then washed its face.
There, Their, and They’re ●I see adorable kittens over there! ●They’re washing their paws!
Then and Than ●I ran fifteen miles, then collapsed. ●Faith and Kat can run farther than I can.
Accept and Except ●I accept your illogical love of lemon flavored starbursts. ●I love all the starburst flavors, except lemon.
Loose and Lose ●I don’t want to lose my Visa card! ●My lanyard is feeling a bit loose.
Are and Our ●Sometimes people are a bit ignorant. ●Our school accepts everyone!
Whose and Who’s ●Who’s coming with me to Dairy Queen? ●Whose dip cone is this? Can I eat it?
Desert and Dessert ●I got lost in the desert for three weeks. ●I spent all day dreaming about dessert.
Effect and Affect ●The scary movie affects the girls. ●The effect of the scary movie was that the girls screamed.
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Other common errors: ●Through and Threw ●Every day and Everyday ●Past and Passed ●Principle and Principal ●Decent and Descent ●Incite and Insight ●Illusion and Allusion ●Stationary and Stationery
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