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Bring and Take are very easily confused as their meanings are similar. To prevent confusing these two words, remember that Bring means to carry someth...

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Bring and Take

What’s the difference between Your and You’re? Your presence on this page means you’re about to find out. Your “Your” is the sec...

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Your vs. You’re

What’s the difference between their, there, and they’re? They’re really not that complicated; once you understand their differences ...

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Their, There, They’re

The words Loose and Lose are mixed up in writing; for some reason, many people write loose when they really mean lose. But there’s no reason to ...

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Loose vs Lose

The words Fewer and Less are commonly confused in English, or rather, less is used while fewer tends to fall by the wayside. You’ll be less conf...

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Fewer Vs Less

The English prefixes bi- and semi- are often mixed up by native speakers. A semi-annual reading of this lesson will help more than a bi-annual one. Bi...

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Bi – vs – Semi

The Latin abbreviations e.g. and i.e. are commonly used in English, and nearly as commonly mixed up. If this sounds like you, i.e., you are never sure...

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e.g. vs. i.e.

What’s the difference between Borrow, Lend, and Loan? Two of them are synonyms and the third is the opposite – lend me your eyes and IR...

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Borrow, Lend, Loan