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Misunderstood English words

Everyone makes mistakes, especially when it comes to spelling, grammar or pronunciation. But some words are more likable  to be written incorrect, when the spelling is very appropriate. PR Daily made an infographic regarding Grammar.net information:

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  4. serenelai said:

    serenelai reblogged this on Miss Serene Lai's English Blog and commented: Cheating on tonight’s post with reblogs. In any case, this makes a lot of sense.

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