My Language Tips Series
Earlier this month I shared the first in my series of language tips to help you with some of the trickier language elements that appear in written English from time to time.
In case you missed it, you can get the download about semicolons here.
Today’s Language Tips download: easily confused words
This time I’m sharing a tip sheet all about pairs of words that often get confused with each other. It covers the ones we all see often like their and there, as well as ones you might not know about like everyday and every day. The great news is that you can avoid making errors with these words, simply by making yourself aware of them.
And users of English as a first language – don’t be fooled into thinking that you won’t make these kinds of mistakes because you know the language well! Writing is a high-level task for our brains, which means it’s completely normal to make small slips when we’re focusing on getting our message across.
Unfortunately, these errors – though tiny – can be enough to distract our readers from taking in our carefully crafted messages. I don’t want that for my readers, and I’m sure you don’t want it for yours either!
You can download the PDF by clicking the button below. This file is completely free to download, and no registration is needed.
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