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افتراضي قل ولا تقل - أخطاء شائعة في الإنجليزية

قمت بتجميعها من عدد من المواقع في الانترنت للفائدة... والعهدة على الراوي.

قد يتساءل البعض ما فائدة القص واللصق، إذا كانت المعلومة التي أقوم بتقديمها ونقلها هي من مواقع أخرى بدون أي إضافة؟ كما اتهمني أحدهم، وأقول ليس كل ما هو موجود في الانترنت يمكن للمرء أو على الأقل أعضاء هذا المنتدى الجميل يمكنهم الوصول إليه، أو حتى قد لا يخطر على بالهم ابداً أنه موجود، حتى ولو كانت مواقع الانترنت تعد بالمئات فقط، فما بالك وهي تعد بالملايين‼ ليس عجزاً من المطلع في البحث، ولكن في كون أنه قد لا يخطر بالبال أصلاً، المسألة أشبه بالإعلان عن السلعة الجديدة، فلو لا الإعلان عن أي منتج جديد لما عرف أغلب الناس أن هناك مثل هذا المنتج... نفس الأمر ينطبق على المعارف. والقصد في النهاية هو جذب الانتباه لمادة معينة قد تقوده للبحث عن تفاصيل كثيرة عنها وعن المزيد وهكذا تكون الفائدة أعظم.

مش كده ولا أنا ما غلطان؟

جاكس...

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Don't say: It's eight fifteen o'clock.
Say: It's eight fifteen.
الجملة الأولى خطأ لأنها تعني: 815 ساعة.
و المراد كما توضحه الجملة الثانية: الثامنة و الربع.
حينما تود التعبير عن أن المعطف مفتوق - به شق -
Don't say: Your coat is broken.
Say: Your coat is torn.
حينما تريد التعبير عن أن علي لم يخطئ
Don't say: Ali didn't make a fault anyway.
Say: Ali didn't make a mistake anyway.
حينما تريد القول: هل لديك مانع من إرسال هذه الرسالة فلا تقل:
Don't say: Would you mind posting this letter for me?
لأن المعنى حينها يكون: هل تمانع بترحيل هذه الرسالة ؟
Say: Would you mind mailing this letter for me?
حينما تريد القول: أصبح بخير فلا تقل:
Don't Say: He becomes better.
لأن المعنى حينها يكون: تحوّل إلى الأفضل.
Say: He got better.
حينما تريد القول: لدينا اختبار سمعيّ غدا فلا تقل:
Don't Say: We'll have a hearing test tomorrow.
فالمعنى هنا سيكون ( لدينا اختبار نسمع به غدا)
Say: We'll have a listening test tomorrow
و المعنى هنا صحيح ( لدينا اختبار سمعيّ غدا )
من الخطأ القول:
She speaks English very good
بل الصحيح:
She speaks English very well
لأن كلمةgood هي صفة و لا يمكن استخدامها محل الحال well
أما إذا كان المراد وصف اللغة نفسها فيجب تغيير ترتيب الجملة إلى
She speaks very good English
من الخطأ القول:
The man was absorbed at his work
والصحيح:
The man was absorbed in his work
معنى الجملة : كان الرجل منهمكا في عمله
absorbed in = منهمك في
كلمة absorbed يستخدم معها حرف الجر in وليس at
من الخطأ القول:
He laughed on me
والصحيح:
He laughed at me
لأن الكلمة laughed يستخدم معها حرف الجر at
من الخطأ القول:
Khaled is afraid from the snake
والصحيح:
Khaled is afraid of the snake
كلمة afraid والتي معناها خائف تأخذ حرف الجر of وليس from
afraid of = خائف من
من الخطأ القول
She studies us biology
والصحيح:
She teaches us biology
لأن الفعل teach معناه أن شخصا ما يعلّمك و إنك تتلقى العلم منه
أما study معناه الذهاب إلى مكان لتلقي العلم ونحن نتحدث عن المعلمة
من الخطأ القول:
She accused the man for stealing
والصحيح:
She accused the man of stealing
معنى الجملة : هي اتهمت الرجل بالسرقة
accuse somebody of something =يتهم شخصا بشيء ما
الفعل accuse الذي معناه يتهم يأخذ حرف الجر of وليس for
note: the verb charge takes the preposition with
for example : She charged the man with stealing
معنى الملاحظة هذه: هو أن الفعل charge والذي يأتي أيضا بمعنى يتهم يستخدم معه حرف الجر with
ترجمة المثال : هي اتهمت الرجل بالسرقة. فهذا المثال له نفس معنى المثال السابق إلا إننا استخدمنا في هذا المثال فعل مختلف وحرف الجر المناسب له.
من الخطأ القول:
...the advantage using a computer
والصحيح:
...the advantage of using a computer
لأن حرف الجر of ضروري لإتمام معنى الجملة وبنائها بالشكل الصحيح من الخطأ القول:
Rice needs plenty water
والصحيح:
Rice needs plenty of water
التفسير: لنفس السبب السابق من الخطأ القول:
The teacher was angry against Ahmad
والصحيح:
The teacher was angry with/at Ahmad
معنى الجملة : كان المدرس غاضبا من أحمد.
with / at = تعنيانك لو استخدمت حرف الجر with أو at فكلاهما صحيح ولكن لا يجوز استخدامهم معا.
ملاحظة : إذا كنت أنت غاضب من شخص فان لك الخيار أن تستخدم حرفي الجر at أو with مع كلمة angry
أما إذا كنت غاضبا من شي وعندما أقول شيء فاقصد بذلك كل شيء ماعدا الإنسان فانك تستخدم حرفي الجر at أو about لنأخذ المثال التالي:
The passengers are angry at/ about the delay of the flightمعنى المثال السابق: المسافرون غاضبون من تأجيل الرحلة.
من ذلك نستنتج إن حرف الجر at يستخدم مع كلمة angry سواء استخدمت هذه الكلمة مع إنسان أو شيء
أما حرف الجر with فهو يستخدم معها إذا استخدمت مع إنسان وحرف الجر about إذا استخدمت مع شيء.
من الخطأ القول:
I am glad the news are good
والصحيح:
I am glad the news is good
لأن كلمة news مفردة وليس كما يعتقد البعض أنها جمع و إذا أردنا الإشارة إلى خبر فإننا نقول
A piece or an item of news
- الجمل الصحيحة ستجد بجانبها علامة√
والجمل الخاطئة ستجد بجانبها علامةx


No 2: a lot of

x She makes us do a lots of homework
√ She makes us do a lot of homework
√ She makes us do lots of homework

a lot of, or lots of WITHOUT a

No 3: above

x There were above a hundred people in the crowd
√ There were over a hundred people in the crowd

Don't use above with numbers (unless referring to points on a scale): ' He is over eighty years of age,' 'I receive over twenty letters a day,' But 'Don't let the temperature get above thirty degrees,'

No 4: above-mentioned

x I would be grateful if you would send it to the address above-mentioned
√ I would be grateful if you would send it to the above-mentioned address

Above-mentioned ALWAYS comes before the noun it modifies: 'above-mentioned person', 'above-mentioned company',



No 5: absent

x The sales manager was absent at the meeting

√ The sales manager was absent from the meeting

absent from, not at

x I went to her house at four o'clock but she was absent

√ I went to her house at four o'clock but she wasn't in

absent = not present at something that you're supposed to attend: absent from school


No 6: Accept

x These people accept to take risks in order to succeed
√ These people accept the need to take risks in order to succeed

x The company will not accept to buy new machines
√ The company will not agree to buy new machines

We accept a person's advice, opinion, or suggestion
But agree to do something. Compare: 'I accepted her suggestion and agreed to see the doctor that evening'

x To tell you the truth, I can't accept people who think about money all the time
√ To tell you the truth, I can’t stand/bear/abide people who think about money all the time

can’t stand/bear/abide = can’t tolerate

No 7: accommodation

x I can’t find the right accomodation

√ I can’t find the right accommodation

accommodation (double c, double m)

√ Accommodation in london are very expensive AmE

√ Accommodation in London is very expensive

In British English accommodation (= a place to live or spend the night) is always uncountable. In American English it can be countable

No 8: accord

x People think he resigned on his own accord

√ People think he resigned of his own accord

of your own accord, NOT on

No 9: according to

x According to me, we should spend more money on education

√ In my opinion, we should spend more money on education

According to can’t be followed by me or for

No 10: accuse

x Some unemployed men accuse women for taking their jobs

√ Some unemployed men accuse women of taking their jobs

accuse someone of something, not for

No 11: ac******ed

x Having lived in England for two years, I’m now ac******ed myself to the cold weather

√ Having lived in England for two years, I’m now ac******ed to the cold weather

be/grow ac******ed to something or ac****** yourself to something

Compare: ‘He soon grew ac******ed to the harsh working conditions.’ ,‘He soon ac******ed himself to the harsh working conditions,’

Note that more informal alternative ‘He soon got used to the harsh working conditions. ’

x It took me six months to get ac******ed with the climate

√ It took me six months to get ac******ed to the climate

get accustomed to something not with

x Where I come from, we’re not ac******ed to see so many things in the shops

√ Where I come from, we’re not ac******ed to seeing so many things in the shops

be ac******ed to + v-ing

No 12: actual

x We’d like to know more about the actual crisis, not the economic problems of the past

√ We’d like to know more about the present/current crisis, not the economic problems of the past

actual = real (as opposed to ‘guessed’, ‘supposed , etc.’): ‘People think he is over fifty but his actual age is forty-eight.’

present/current = happening or existing now

No 13: actually

x We need to produce and export more than we do actually

√ We need to produce and export more than we do at present

actually = strange as it may seem; in fact (despite what is said or thought): ‘People think we’ve got lots money, but actually we’re very poor.’

At present = now

No 14: address

x I'll give you my adress

√ I'll give you my address

address (Double D

No 15: advice

x I advised him to tell the police

√ I advised him to tell the police

Advice is a noun

Advice is a verb

x She gave me a good advice

√ She gave me some good advice

Advice is an uncountable noun

Note the alternative: ' She gave me a good piece of advice'

No 16: advise

x I asked my lawyer for her advise

√ I asked my lawyer for her advice

Advise is a verb

Advice is a noun

No 17: affair

x There's a new affair in the middle of Helsinki which sells them

√ There's a new shop in the middle of Helsinki which sells them

affair = a thing, matter, or happening: 'The murder of the politician was a terrible affair

No 18: affect

x It's a magazine about computers and their affects on your lives

√ It's a magazine about computers and their effects on your lives

Affect (with a) is a verb. To affect something is to have an effect on it :'Smoking affects your health.' (= Smoking has an effect on your health).

No 19: afford

x A newspaper can be a afforded by most people

√ Most people can afford a newspaper

afford is rarely used in passive

x My father couldn't afford paying for my education

√ My father couldn't afford to pay for my education

afford (to do) something

x My father couldn't afford himself to lend me any money

√ My father couldn't afford to lend me any money

Afford isn't a reflexive verb (reflexive means showing that the action of the verb affects the person who performs the action e.g. he cut himself, cut is a reflexive verb and himself is a reflexive pronoun) definition from Oxford dictionary

x I want to get my coat back because I can’t afford the money for a new one

√ I want to get my coat back because I can’t afford (to buy) a new one

Money is rarely used as an object of afford

No 20: afraid

x The road to the airport was very busy and we were afraid to miss the plane

√ The road to the airport was very busy and we were afraid of missing the plane

Be afraid to do something = be unwilling to do something because you’re frightened : ‘She was afraid to eat in case it was poisonous’.

Be afraid of doing something = be worried or anxious about something which might happen

No 21: after

x The flight had been very pleasant until a man sitting after me started to shout

√ The flight had been very pleasant until a man sitting behind me started to shout

after = following in time or order: ‘I’ll see you after lunch.’ ‘Remember to put a full stop after the last word.’

Behind = at the back of

x After a week we’re going to Italy

√ In a week’s time we’re going to Italy

In a week OR in a week’s time = after or at the end of a week

x Most of the people on the bus were after sixty

√ Most of the people on the bus were over sixty

The preposition over is used with ages (and numbers) to mean more than

x I promised to meet Hitomi at the exhibition a week after

√ I promised to meet Hitomi at the exhibition a week later

The use of after as an adverb (in place of later) is very colloquial (colloquial= informal) and is likely to be regarded as non-standard by careful user

√ AmE A police car arrived within minutes and soon after, an ambulance came

√ BrE A police car arrived within minutes and soon afterwards, an ambulance came

In British English the use of after as an adverb (in place of afterwards) is common in informal usage but is regarded by careful users as non-standard

√ After you’ll leave, we will write to you every day

√ After you leave/have left, we will write to you every day

After is followed by the present simple tense (or present perfect) for future reference, NOT shall/will + verb

No 22: after all

x After all, I’d like to thank you all for coming here today
√ Finally, I’d like to thank you all for coming here today

Use after all when (1) you want to introduce an idea which seems to contradict something which has been said before: ‘They had planned to go by train, but they went by car after all’ (2) you want to remind someone of a fact which they should consider: ‘I’m not surprised you’re tired. After all, you were working all night.’ Remember that we use finally to conclude so finally = to conclude

No 23: afternoon

x The afternoon I met them at the hotel and we went to the beach
√ In the afternoon I met them at the hotel and we went to the beach

In the morning/afternoon/evening
Compare: the next afternoon I met them again

x On the afternoon we have two hours of classes
√ In the afternoon we have two hours of classes

When talking about a particular afternoon, use on
When speaking generally, use in: on the afternoon/morning/evening of 3rd July BUT in the evening/morning/afternoon

No 24: age

x I met a group of youngsters at my age in Trafalgar square

√ I met a group of youngsters (of) my own age in Trafalgar square

(of) my own age, NOT at

No 25: agenda

x In the left-hand pocket you will find a little red agenda that I need urgently

√ In the left-hand pocket you will find a little red diary that I need urgently

agenda = a list of topics for discussion at a meeting

diary = a book in which a person writes appointments or things to be remembered

No 26: ages

x The glasses haven’t been washed since ages

√ The glasses haven’t been washed for ages

remember that we use since for beginning a period but for is used length of a period

No 27: ago

x It’s a month ago since I left Germany

√ It’s a month since I left Germany

Don’t use ago before since

x I’m writing in reply to your letter that I’ve received two days ago

√ I’m writing in reply to your letter that I received two days ago

The present perfect tense is NOT used with words showing past time such as yesterday, last week, a year ago

x The inspector asked to see his ticket, as I had done a few minutes ago

√ The inspector asked to see his ticket, as I had done a few minutes before

Ago is used of a period in the past that is measured from the present moment

Before is used of a period that is NOT measured from the present

A few minutes ago = before now

A few minutes before = before then

x The accident happened at ten years ago

√ The accident happened ten years ago

Don’t use at to introduce a time expression with ago

No 29: agreed

x We were both agreed with him

√ We both agreed with him

Agreed can’t be used as an adjective when it’s followed by with. Compare: ‘When it comes to the question of finance, we’re all agreed.’ = have the same opinion

No 30: aid

x Many more will die unless there is an increase in foreign aids

√ Many more will die unless there is an increase in foreign aid

Aid = support or help and it’s an uncountable noun

No 31: aim

x I started to learn English with the aim to become a teacher

√ I started to learn English with the aim of becoming a teacher

With the aim of + v-ing

Note however: ‘My aim is to become a teacher.’

x Everybody should be given the chance to reach their aims

√ Everybody should be given the chance to achieve their aims

achieve an aim, NOT reach

No 32: alive

x Every alive creature in the sea is affected by pollution

√ Every living creature in the sea is affected by pollution

Alive is the opposite of dead

Living is the opposite of non-living

Alive always follows the noun it modifies: ‘Some of the fish in the boat were still alive.’

x Our teacher, Mr Collins, is very alive

√ Our teacher, Mr Collins, is very lively

Alive = not dead = it’s rarely modified

Lively= full of energy and action

No 33: all

x I like all the kinds of music

√ I like all kinds of music

Don’t use the after all when the reference is general. Compare: ‘I like all kinds of fruit.’(general reference) ‘I like all the kinds of fruit that my wife likes’ specific reference

x We all were delighted when we heard the news

√ We were all delighted when we heard the news

x We all must try to find a solution to the problem

√ We must all try to find a solution to the problem

All usually goes immediately after the (first) auxiliary verb :‘You should all pass the exam if you work hard.’ ‘They have all been working hard.’ When there’s no auxiliary verb, all is placed immediately before the main verb: ‘They all passed the exam.’ However, when the main verb is be, all is placed immediately after it: ‘The letters are all on your desk.’

x All of us didn’t want to go to bed

√ None of us wanted to go to bed

Use none of with an affirmative verb, NOT all of with a negative verb

x I was alone in the house as all my parents were at work

√ I was alone in the house as bot of my parents were at work

all is used for three or more people or things

both is used for two people or things

x if you sit down and listen, I will explain all the situation

√ if you sit down and listen, I will explain the whole situation

x he spent all the journey talking about accidents

√ he spent the whole/entire journey talking about accidents

all is rarely used with the singular form of a countable noun. Compare: ‘All the walls have been painted green.’ (plural) ‘The whole wall has been painted green’(singular
Boast of or about not for.
Do not say: he boasted for his strength.
Say :he boasted of or(about) his strength.


Careful of ,with, about not for.
Do not say: she is very careful for her health.
Say: she is very careful of or about her health.
Or say: you should be more careful with your money.


Note: take care of. He takes care of his money.

Travel by train, etc., not with train, etc.
Don’t say: he travelled with the train.
Say: he travelled by train yesterday.


Note : we say by train, by boat, by plane, by bike, also by land by sea, by air , by bus, in a bus, or on a bus, by car or in a car , by taxi or in a taxi, on horse –back, on a donkey ,on a bicycle, on foot.

Complain about not for
Don’t say: he complained for the weather.
Say: he complained about weather.

Note : when talking about illness we use complain of. We say: she complained of a sore throat.


Composed of not form.
Don’t say: our class is composed from thirty students.
Say: our class is composed of thirty students.


Confidence in not to.
Don’t say: I have great confidence to you.
Say: I have great confidence in you.

Note: in confidence: let me tell you something in confidence = (as a secret)




Conform to, not with.
Don’t say: we must conform with the rules.
Say: we must conform to the rules.

Note: comply takes with: we’ll comply with your request.

Congratulate on not for.
Don’t say: I congratulate you for your success.
Say: I congratulate you on your success.

Consist of not from.
Don’t say: A year consist from twelve months.
Say: A year consist of twelve months.

Note: take great care never to use consist in passive form.


Covered with not by.
Don’t say: the mountains are covered by snow.
Say: the mountains are covered with snow.

Cure of not from.
Don’t say: the man was cured from his illness.
Say: the man was cured of his illness.

Note: the noun cure takes for: there is no cure for his disease.


Depend on or upon not from.
Don’t say: it depends from her.
Say it depends on or upon her.

Note: rely on or upon: I can’t rely on or upon him.

Deprive of not from.
Don’t say: Nelson Mandela was deprived from his freedom.
Say: Nelson Mandela was deprived of his freedom.

Die of an illness not from an illness.
Don’t say: many people died from malaria.
Say: many people died of malaria.

Note: people die of illness, of huger, of thirst, of or from wounds, from overwork, by violence, by the sword, by pestilence, in battle, for their country, for a cause, through neglect, on the scaffold at the stake.

Different from not than
Don’t say: my book is different than yours.
Say: my book is different from yours.


Disappointed by, about or at not from.
(a) By /at/about:
Don’t say: Eyad was disappointed from the low mark he got in the test.
Say: Eyad was disappointed by /at /about the low mark he got in the test.

(b) with/in:
Don’t say: he was disappointed from his son.
Say: he was disappointed with or in his son.

Note: Before a person we use with or in, before a thing we use at, about or by and before a gerund we use at : Keith is very disappointed at not winning the prize. We use that (optional before a new clause): I was disappointed that I did not get an invitation.

Divide into parts not in parts.
Don’t say: I divided the cake in four parts.
Say: I divided the cake into four parts.

Note: A thing may be divided in half or in two: Paul divided the apple in half or two
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المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة جاكس مشاهدة المشاركة

No 11: ac******ed

x Having lived in England for two years, I’m now ac******ed myself to the cold weather

√ Having lived in England for two years, I’m now ac******ed to the cold weather

be/grow ac******ed to something or ac****** yourself to something

Compare: ‘He soon grew ac******ed to the harsh working conditions.’ ,‘He soon ac******ed himself to the harsh working conditions,’

Note that more informal alternative ‘He soon got used to the harsh working conditions. ’

x It took me six months to get ac******ed with the climate

√ It took me six months to get ac******ed to the climate

get accustomed to something not with

x Where I come from, we’re not ac******ed to see so many things in the shops

√ Where I come from, we’re not ac******ed to seeing so many things in the shops

be ac******ed to + v-ing
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اقتباس:
المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة Peer مشاهدة المشاركة
شكرا لك على الموضوع

من يستطيع مساعدتي على ايجاد الكلمة الناقصة الحروف والتي غيرتها الى اللون الاحمر
الكلمة الناقصة بديهية وسهلة جدا ومن السياق فقط تستطيع بقليل من الجهد تخمينها اعتقد أنها:

Accustomed


بمعنى

familiar
used to
adapted

والله اعلم
__________________
لا مقدس ومحظور في الثقافة. أنا مصاب بعمى الخطوط الحمراء في الاطلاع. أقرأ كل شيء، ابتداءً من القرآن الكريم الذي أعتبره عشقي الأول. ولا أرى ما يدعو للخجل أو التستر، فما لم يفدني علماً أفادني أدباً، وما لم يفدني أدبا أفادني معرفة وسعة اطلاع على ثقافات الغير. ورائدي في ذلك قوله تعالى: "الذين يستمعون القول فيتبعون أحسنه". ترى كيف نعرف الحسن إذا لم نعرف القبيح! مجرد رأي. مع كل الاحترام والتفهم للحرية الشخصية لكل إنسان.

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الكلمة الناقصة بديهية وسهلة جدا ومن السياق فقط تستطيع بقليل من الجهد تخمينها اعتقد أنها:

Accustomed


بمعنى

familiar
used to
adapted

والله اعلم
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130
Common
Mistakes
in English

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[فقط الأعضاء المسجلين والمفعلين يمكنهم رؤية الوصلات . إضغط هنا للتسجيل]

Mistakes and students go together.
Otherwise, pupils would be teachers. English – a
language of few infallible rules – is fertile land for
blunders and I have been listening to and
committing them for years. One day I started to
keep a list of the most common slips and ended
up with around three hundred. After eliminating
the least frequent I listed the remainder, which
you’ll find below.
Even though I have strived to include the
most common errors this list is – as many others –
arbitrary. I therefore apologise to those faults
who feel their prevalence makes them belong
here and to those who are in but consider
themselves exceptional and would rather join
another club. In or out? Coffee or dinner? Kiss
now or later? Lips or cheek? Decisions and
missteps are, I’m afraid, the stuff of life. Though
the fewer you make the easier it will be to
impress that girl or lad tonight. Yours or mine?
This book has two parts. The first includes
correct and incorrect examples. The second
shows which ones are right.

Part 1: Which one is wrong?
1. Accused of The man was accused of the
murder.
The man was accused with the
murder.
2. Administrative I work as an administrative at a
co-operative.
This is just an administrative
problem.
3. Agree Greta agrees with you.
Greta is agree with you.
4. Alive & live Only three people were alive
after the accident.
Only three people were live after
the accident.
5. Alternate & alternative We’ll meet on alternate Mondays.
Today, on the 11th and on the
25th.
We’ll meet on alternative
Mondays. Today, on the 11th and
on the 25th.
6. Alternative & alternate Is this the only solution? Isn’t there
an alternate option?
Is this the only solution? Isn’t there
an alternative option?
7. Among & between The three boys divided the cake
among themselves.
The three boys divided the cake
between themselves.
8. Angry & hungry He’s angry because he had an
accident.
He’s hungry because he had an
accident.
9. Anything & nothing She can’t see anything.
She can’t see nothing.
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10. As & like He’s an engineer but works as a
driver.
He’s an engineer but works like a
driver.
11. Attempt & intend She tried to climb Mount
Kilimanjaro last year but failed.
This year she’ll attempt it again.
She tried to climb Mount
Kilimanjaro last year but failed.
This year she’ll intend it again.
12. Axis & axle Shall I write the figure on axis X or
axis Y?
Shall I write the figure on axle X or
axle Y?
13. Axle & axis My car wheels are held together
by the axis.
My car wheels are held together
by the axle.
14. Bad & badly He reacts in a bad way.
He reacts in a badly way.
15. Badly & bad He reacts bad.
He reacts badly.
16. Be fifteen years old We are both fifteen years old.
We have both fifteen years.
17. Believe I don’t believe anything she ever
says.
I’m not believing anything she
ever says.
18. Between & among France lies among Spain and
Germany.
France lies between Spain and
Germany.
19. Billion A billion is a thousand million in
the USA.
A billion is a million million in the
USA.
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20. Boring I find the economics class boring.
I’m boring at the economics
class.
21. Can I can speak Swahili.
I can to speak Swahili.
22. Can’t & mustn’t It can’t be Silvia. It’s too early!
It mustn’t be Silvia. It’s too early!
23. Casual It was a casual meeting. We met
by chance.
We were expected to wear
casual clothes so I didn’t bring a
tie.
24. Certainly & surely Unemployment is certainly rising.
Look at these figures!
Unemployment is surely rising.
Look at these figures!
25. Charge They charge the elephant onto
the lorry.
They charge the laptop on the
mains.
26. Comprehensible &
comprehensive
The book is written in a
comprehensible style. It is easy to
understand.
The book is written in a
comprehensive style. It is easy to
understand.
27. Comprehensive &
comprehensible
That was a comprehensible
research paper. It covered the
history of mankind.
That was a comprehensive
research paper. It covered the
history of mankind.
28. Constipated I’m constipated. I should take a
laxative.
I’m constipated. I think I have a
cold.
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29. Continually & continuously She’s continually taking days off.
She missed Monday, Wednesday
and Friday last week.
She’s continuously taking days off.
She missed Monday, Wednesday
and Friday last week.
30. Continuously & continually
The bell rang continuously and
didn’t stop for even a second.
The bell rang continually and
didn’t stop for even a second.
31. Crash into He crashed a wall.
He crashed into a wall.
32. Current & actual I always check news online
because I like to be informed
about current affairs.
I always check news online
because I like to be informed
about actual affairs.
33. Dairy He works on a dairy farm.
She writes on her dairy every
night.
34. Deduce & deduct She deduced he was the
murderer.
She deducted he was the
murderer.
35. Deduct & deduce We can either deduce taxes from
your salary now or next year.
We can either deduct taxes from
your salary now or next year.
36. Depend from In a hierarchical organization
employees depend from one
boss.
In a hierarchical organization
employees depend on one boss.
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37. Depend on My decision will depend of the
information I have.
My decision will depend on the
information I have.
38. Desert & dessert The Gobi desert is cold at night
and warm during the day.
The Gobi dessert is cold at night
and warm during the day.
39. Dessert & desert Would you like apple pie for
desert?
Would you like apple pie for
dessert?
40. Diary He keeps a private diary.
These are diary cows. They
produce milk.
41. Dislike Mark dislikes modern architecture.
Mark is disliking modern
architecture.
42. Doctor My brother is a doctor.
My brother is doctor.
43. Download & upload We must download the page
from the server to our laptop.
We must upload the page from
the server to our laptop.
44. Enjoy I am enjoy the cinema.
I enjoy the cinema.
45. Enjoy I enjoy my children.
I enjoy with my children.
46. Everywhere He looked for the keys every
place.
He looked for the keys
everywhere.
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47. Except We’ll finance all the new projects
except for Joe’s, which will be
discontinued.
We’ll finance all the new projects
except Joe’s, which will be
discontinued.
48. Explain Please explain me your theory.
Please explain your theory to me.
49. Familiar I can’t remember her face but
her name does sound familiar.
We have a large family so I
invited several familiars to the
wedding.
50. Few & little We need a few dollars to meet
our savings goal.
We need a little dollars to meet
our savings goal.
51. Flour & flower You need flour to bake a pizza.
You need flower to bake a pizza.
52. Flower & flour Most flours bloom in spring.
Most flowers bloom in spring.
53. Folder & carpet I use a carpet to keep papers.
I use a folder to keep papers.
54. For & since I’ve waited for three hours
already.
I’ve waited since three hours
already.
55. Good & well This is a good book.
This is a well book.
56. Had better You had better to visit the client
tomorrow.
You had better visit the client
tomorrow.
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57. Hate I hate her because she is mean.
I’m hating her because she is
mean.
58. Intend & attempt I attempt to attend university
when I finish school.
I intend to attend university when I
finish school
59. It’s & its It’s going to snow.
Its going to snow.
60. Its & it’s The company pays its employees
once a month.
The company pays it’s employees
once a month.
61. Job & work I’m the company manager. It is
my job to solve problems.
I’m the company manager. It is
my work to solve problems.
62. Ladder & stairs Shall I move the ladder under the
chandelier so you can change
the bulb?
Shall I move the stairs under the
chandelier so you can change
the bulb?
63. Large enough This boat isn’t large enough for all
our family.
This boat isn’t enough large for all
our family.
64. Lay & lie You must lay the table before
they arrive.
You must lie the table before they
arrive.
65. Lie & lay He always lays down for a nap.
He always lies down for a nap.
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66. Like I like Picasso because he’s a
Cubist painter.
I’m liking Picasso because he’s a
Cubist painter.
67. Like & as That product is very much as the
one we developed.
That product is very much like the
one we developed.
68. Listen I always listen my boss.
I always listen to my boss.
69. Live & alive NBC will broadcast the match
alive.
NBC will broadcast the match
live.
70. Load They’ll load the computer on the
mains.
They’ll load the elephant onto the
lorry.
71. Look forward to We look forward to meeting your
partner.
We look forward to meet your
partner.
72. Love I love him more and more every
day.
I’m loving him more and more
every day.
73. Make a mistake Andrew wrote this list so he would
make fewer mistakes.
Andrew wrote this list so he would
do fewer mistakes.
74. Many & much Many people came today.
Much people came today.
75. Media & medium Most of the media live from
advertising revenue.
Most of the medium live from
advertising revenue.
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76. Medium & media I think you should try another
media.
I think you should try another
medium.
77. Most Most managers have arrived.
Most of managers have arrived.
78. Motorway We drove through the motorway.
We drove through the autoway.
79. Much & many Having much money is always
better than having little money.
Having many money is always
better than having little money.
80. Must We must increase prices.
We must to increase prices.
81. Nothing She didn’t understand nothing.
She understood nothing.
82. Now & actually He used to be a secretary. He’s a
manager now.
He used to be a secretary. He’s a
manager actually.
83. Officer & official Could you please call a police
officer?
Could you please call a police
official?
84. Official & officer This is an officer statement.
This is an official statement.
85. Parents-in-law She loves her parents-in-law.
She loves her fathers-in-law.
86. Parking I rarely leave my car at a parking
lot because it’s too expensive.
I rarely leave my car at a parking
because it’s too expensive.
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87. People Most people are interested in their
health.
Most people is interested in their
health.
88. Personal & personnel I have a personal trainer.
I have a personnel trainer.
89. Personnel & personal Where’s the personnel
department?
Where’s the personal
department?
90. Price & prize The price of this shirt is twelve
dollars.
The prize of this shirt is twelve
dollars.
91. Prize & price She’s an excellent student and
won the first price.
She’s an excellent student and
won the first prize.
92. Professor Anthony is a university professor.
He teaches Physics.
Richard is a kindergarten
professor. He teaches children.
93. Raise & rise Farmers raise cattle.
Farmers rise cattle.
94. Recipe Do you have the recipe for
Yorkshire pudding?
The doctor gave me a recipe for
more antibiotics.
95. Rise & raise Prices raise because of inflation.
Prices rise because of inflation.
96. Rob & steal He robbed me.
He stole me.
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97. Safe & secure Is your neighbourhood safe?
There are many robberies in mine.
Is your neighbourhood secure?
There are many robberies in mine.
98. Salary & wage The manager collects her salary
monthly.
The manager collects her wage
monthly.
99. Say & tell He always says that India is a
powerful country.
He always tells that India is a
powerful country.
100. Se cure & safe Is the rope safe? If it loosens the
cargo might move.
Is the rope secure? If it loosens the
cargo might move.
101. Se nsible & sensitive She’s a sensible woman so I trust
she’ll make the right decision.
She’s a sensitive woman so I trust
she’ll make the right decision.
102. Se nsitive & sensible She’s a very sensitive child and
will cry if you shout at her.
She’s a very sensible child and will
cry if you shout at her.
103. Se ries 2, 4, 6 and 8 make a serie of even
numbers.
2, 4, 6 and 8 make a series of
even numbers.
104. Se w & sow They need to sew at least ten
shirts a day.
They need to sow at least ten
shirts a day.
105. Sin ce & from I’ve been waiting here since
eleven this morning.
I’ve been waiting here for eleven
this morning.
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106. So w & sew We will sew corn in our farm.
We will sow corn in our farm.
107. Sta irs & ladder Walk up the marble ladder to
reach the hotel lobby.
Walk up the marble stairs to reach
the hotel lobby.
108. Sta ke & steak Our company owns a stake in
Citibank.
Our company owns a steak in
Citibank.
109. Sta tionary & stationery Stationary satellites remain at the
same relative position.
Stationery satellites remain at the
same relative position.
110. Sta tionery & stationary We need to purchase more
stationery.
We need to purchase more
stationary.
111. Ste ak & stake I always order my stakes welldone.
I always order my steaks welldone.
112. Ste al & rob He stole the wallet from my bag
and I never realized!
He robbed the wallet from my
bag and I never realized!
113. Sto ry & history Can you tell me the Cinderella
story tonight?
Can you tell me the Cinderella
history tonight?
114. Str aight & strait Look straight ahead and you’ll
see the factory.
Look strait ahead and you’ll se
the factory.
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115. Str ait & straight The ship crossed the Strait of
Gibraltar.
The ship crossed the Straight of
Gibraltar.
116. Su it & suite All lawyers must wear suites at this
office.
All lawyers must wear suits at this
office.
117. Su ite & suit She stayed at her suite all day.
She stayed at her suit all day.
118. Te ll & say She never says me the truth.
She never tells me the truth.
119. Th e reason why She couldn’t explain the reason
why she was here.
She couldn’t explain the reason
because she was here.
120. Th ink of I’m thinking of moving to
Australia.
I’m thinking to move to Australia.
121. Tim es & per Two per three equals six.
Two times three equals six.
122. Tw o pounds’ worth I’d like two pounds’ worth of
sweets.
I’d like two pounds worth of
sweets.
123. Up load & download We must upload the page from
our laptop to the server.
We must download the page
from our laptop to the server.
124. Us ed to We used run a small company.
Now it’s grown rather large!
We used to run a small company.
Now it’s grown rather large!
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125. Wa ge & salary Their salaries are between five
and six dollars an hour though
they should be much higher.
Their wages are between five and
six dollar an hour though they
should be much higher.
126. Wa nt to I want that you contact the
production supervisor
immediately.
I want you to contact the
production supervisor
immediately.
127. We ll & good She dances, sings and draws
quite good.
She dances, sings and draws
quite well.
128. Wh o & whom Who is responsible for collections
at this office?
Whom is responsible for
collections at this office?
129. Wh om & who I’ll send this note to who it may
concern.
I’ll send this note to whom it may
concern.
130. Wo rk & job Writing the budget is hard job. I
wish I didn’t have to do it every
year!
Writing the budget is hard work. I
wish I didn’t have to do it every
year!
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Part 2: Right and wrong
1. Accused of The man was accused of the
murder.
The man was accused with the
murder.
2. Administrative This is just an administrative
problem.
I work as an administrative at a
co-operative.
3. Agree Greta agrees with you.
Greta is agree with you.
4. Alive & live Only three people were alive
after the accident.
Only three people were live after
the accident.
5. Alternate & alternative We’ll meet on alternate Mondays.
Today, on the 11th and on the
25th.
We’ll meet on alternative
Mondays. Today, on the 11th and
on the 25th.
6. Alternative & alternate Is this the only solution? Isn’t there
an alternative option?
Is this the only solution? Isn’t there
an alternate option?
7. Among & between The three boys divided the cake
among themselves.
The three boys divided the cake
between themselves.
8. Angry & hungry He’s angry because he had an
accident.
He’s hungry because he had an
accident.
9. Anything & nothing She can’t see anything.
She can’t see nothing.
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10. As & like He’s an engineer but works as a
driver.
He’s an engineer but works like a
driver.
11. Attempt & intend She tried to climb Mount
Kilimanjaro last year but failed.
This year she’ll attempt it again.
She tried to climb Mount
Kilimanjaro last year but failed.
This year she’ll intend it again.
12. Axis & axle Shall I write the figure on axis X or
axis Y?
Shall I write the figure on axle X or
axle Y?
13. Axle & axis My car wheels are held together
by the axle.
My car wheels are held together
by the axis.
14. Bad & badly He reacts in a bad way.
He reacts in a badly way.
15. Badly & bad He reacts badly.
He reacts bad.
16. Be fifteen years old We are both fifteen years old.
We have both fifteen years.
17. Believe I don’t believe anything she ever
says.
I’m not believing anything she
ever says.
18. Between & among France lies between Spain and
Germany.
France lies among Spain and
Germany.
19. Billion A billion is a thousand million in
the USA.
A billion is a million million in the
USA.
Copyright by Andrew D. Miles, 2010
20. Boring I find the economics class boring.
I’m boring at the economics
class.
21. Can I can speak Swahili.
I can to speak Swahili.
22. Can’t & mustn’t It can’t be Silvia. It’s too early!
It mustn’t be Silvia. It’s too early!
23. Casual We were expected to wear
casual clothes so I didn’t bring a
tie.
It was a casual meeting. We met
by chance.
24. Certainly & surely Unemployment is certainly rising.
Look at these figures!
Unemployment is surely rising.
Look at these figures!
25. Charge They charge the laptop on the
mains.
They charge the elephant onto
the lorry.
26. Comprehensible &
comprehensive
The book is written in a
comprehensible style. It is easy to
understand.
The book is written in a
comprehensive style. It is easy to
understand.
27. Comprehensive &
comprehensible
That was a comprehensive
research paper. It covered the
history of mankind.
That was a comprehensible
research paper. It covered the
history of mankind.
28. Constipated I’m constipated. I should take a
laxative.
I’m constipated. I think I have a
cold.
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29. Continually & continuously She’s continually taking days off.
She missed Monday, Wednesday
and Friday last week.
She’s continuously taking days off.
She missed Monday, Wednesday
and Friday last week.
30. Continuously & continually
The bell rang continuously and
didn’t stop for even a second.
The bell rang continually and
didn’t stop for even a second.
31. Crash into He crashed into a wall.
He crashed a wall.
32. Current & actual I always check news online
because I like to be informed
about current affairs.
I always check news online
because I like to be informed
about actual affairs.
33. Dairy He works on a dairy farm.
She writes on her dairy every
night.
34. Deduce & deduct She deduced he was the
murderer.
She deducted he was the
murderer.
35. Deduct & deduce We can either deduct taxes from
your salary now or next year.
We can either deduce taxes from
your salary now or next year.
36. Depend from In a hierarchical organization
employees depend from one
boss.
In a hierarchical organization
employees depend on one boss.
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37. Depend on My decision will depend on the
information I have.
My decision will depend of the
information I have.
38. Desert & dessert The Gobi desert is cold at night
and warm during the day.
The Gobi dessert is cold at night
and warm during the day.
39. Dessert & desert Would you like apple pie for
dessert?
Would you like apple pie for
desert?
40. Diary He keeps a private diary.
These are diary cows. They
produce milk.
41. Dislike Mark dislikes modern architecture.
Mark is disliking modern
architecture.
42. Doctor My brother is a doctor.
My brother is doctor.
43. Download & upload We must download the page
from the server to our laptop.
We must upload the page from
the server to our laptop.
44. Enjoy I enjoy the cinema.
I am enjoy the cinema.
45. Enjoy I enjoy my children.
I enjoy with my children.
46. Everywhere He looked for the keys
everywhere.
He looked for the keys every
place.
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47. Except We’ll finance all the new projects
except for Joe’s, which will be
discontinued.
We’ll finance all the new projects
except Joe’s, which will be
discontinued.
48. Explain Please explain your theory to me.
Please explain me your theory.
49. Familiar I can’t remember her face but
her name does sound familiar.
We have a large family so I
invited several familiars to the
wedding.
50. Few & little We need a few dollars to meet
our savings goal.
We need a little dollars to meet
our savings goal.
51. Flour & flower You need flour to bake a pizza.
You need flower to bake a pizza.
52. Flower & flour Most flowers bloom in spring.
Most flours bloom in spring
53. Folder & carpet I use a folder to keep papers.
I use a carpet to keep papers.
54. For & since I’ve waited for three hours
already.
I’ve waited since three hours
already.
55. Good & well This is a good book.
This is a well book.
56. Had better You had better visit the client
tomorrow.
You had better to visit the client
tomorrow.
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57. Hate I hate her because she is mean.
I’m hating her because she is
mean.
58. Intend & attempt I intend to attend university when I
finish school
I attempt to attend university
when I finish school.
59. It’s & its It’s going to snow.
Its going to snow.
60. Its & it’s The company pays its employees
once a month.
The company pays it’s employees
once a month.
61. Job & work I’m the company manager. It is
my job to solve problems.
I’m the company manager. It is
my work to solve problems.
62. Ladder & stairs Shall I move the ladder under the
chandelier so you can change
the bulb?
Shall I move the stairs under the
chandelier so you can change
the bulb?
63. Large enough This boat isn’t large enough for all
our family.
This boat isn’t enough large for all
our family.
64. Lay & lie You must lay the table before
they arrive.
You must lie the table before they
arrive.
65. Lie & lay He always lies down for a nap.
He always lays down for a nap.
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66. Like I like Picasso because he’s a
Cubist painter.
I’m liking Picasso because he’s a
Cubist painter.
67. Like & as That product is very much like the
one we developed.
That product is very much as the
one we developed.
68. Listen I always listen to my boss.
I always listen my boss.
69. Live & alive NBC will broadcast the match
live.
NBC will broadcast the match
alive.
70. Load They’ll load the elephant onto the
lorry.
They’ll load the computer on the
mains.
71. Look forward to We look forward to meeting your
partner.
We look forward to meet your
partner.
72. Love I love him more and more every
day.
I’m loving him more and more
every day.
73. Make a mistake Andrew wrote this list so he would
make fewer mistakes.
Andrew wrote this list so he would
do fewer mistakes.
74. Many & much Many people came today.
Much people came today.
75. Media & medium Most of the media live from
advertising revenue.
Most of the medium live from
advertising revenue.
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76. Medium & media I think you should try another
medium.
I think you should try another
media.
77. Most Most managers have arrived.
Most of managers have arrived.
78. Motorway We drove through the motorway.
We drove through the autoway.
79. Much & many Having much money is always
better than having little money.
Having many money is always
better than having little money.
80. Must We must increase prices.
We must to increase prices.
81. Nothing She understood nothing.
She didn’t understand nothing.
82. Now & actually He used to be a secretary. He’s a
manager now.
He used to be a secretary. He’s a
manager actually.
83. Officer & official Could you please call a police
officer?
Could you please call a police
official?
84. Official & officer This is an official statement.
This is an officer statement.
85. Parents-in-law She loves her parents-in-law.
She loves her fathers-in-law.
86. Parking I rarely leave my car at a parking
lot because it’s too expensive.
I rarely leave my car at a parking
because it’s too expensive.
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87. People Most people are interested in their
health.
Most people is interested in their
health.
88. Personal & personnel I have a personal trainer.
I have a personnel trainer.
89. Personnel & personal Where’s the personnel
department?
Where’s the personal
department?
90. Price & prize The price of this shirt is twelve
dollars.
The prize of this shirt is twelve
dollars.
91. Prize & price She’s an excellent student and
won the first prize.
She’s an excellent student and
won the first price.
92. Professor Anthony is a university professor.
He teaches Physics.
Richard is a kindergarten
professor. He teaches children.
93. Raise & rise Farmers raise cattle.
Farmers rise cattle.
94. Recipe Do you have the recipe for
Yorkshire pudding?
The doctor gave me a recipe for
more antibiotics.
95. Rise & raise Prices rise because of inflation.
Prices raise because of inflation.
96. Rob & steal He robbed me.
He stole me.
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97. Safe & secure Is your neighbourhood safe?
There are many robberies in mine.
Is your neighbourhood secure?
There are many robberies in mine.
98. Salary & wage The manager collects her salary
monthly.
The manager collects her wage
monthly.
99. Say & tell He always says that India is a
powerful country.
He always tells that India is a
powerful country.
100. Se cure & safe Is the rope secure? If it loosens the
cargo might move.
Is the rope safe? If it loosens the
cargo might move.
101. Se nsible & sensitive She’s a sensible woman so I trust
she’ll make the right decision.
She’s a sensitive woman so I trust
she’ll make the right decision.
102. Se nsitive & sensible She’s a very sensitive child and
will cry if you shout at her.
She’s a very sensible child and will
cry if you shout at her.
103. Se ries 2, 4, 6 and 8 make a series of
even numbers.
2, 4, 6 and 8 make a serie of even
numbers.
104. Se w & sow They need to sew at least ten
shirts a day.
They need to sow at least ten
shirts a day.
105. Sin ce & from I’ve been waiting here since
eleven this morning.
I’ve been waiting here for eleven
this morning.
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106. So w & sew We will sow corn in our farm.
We will sew corn in our farm.
107. Sta irs & ladder Walk up the marble stairs to reach
the hotel lobby.
Walk up the marble ladder to
reach the hotel lobby.
108. Sta ke & steak Our company owns a stake in
Citibank.
Our company owns a steak in
Citibank.
109. Sta tionary & stationery Stationary satellites remain at the
same relative position.
Stationery satellites remain at the
same relative position.
110. Sta tionery & stationary We need to purchase more
stationery.
We need to purchase more
stationary.
111. Ste ak & stake I always order my steaks welldone.
I always order my stakes welldone.
112. Ste al & rob He stole the wallet from my bag
and I never realized!
He robbed the wallet from my
bag and I never realized!
113. Sto ry & history Can you tell me the Cinderella
story tonight?
Can you tell me the Cinderella
history tonight?
114. Str aight & strait Look straight ahead and you’ll
see the factory.
Look strait ahead and you’ll se
the factory.
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115. Str ait & straight The ship crossed the Strait of
Gibraltar.
The ship crossed the Straight of
Gibraltar.
116. Su it & suite All lawyers must wear suits at this
office.
All lawyers must wear suites at this
office.
117. Su ite & suit She stayed at her suite all day.
She stayed at her suit all day.
118. Te ll & say She never tells me the truth.
She never says me the truth.
119. Th e reason why She couldn’t explain the reason
why she was here.
She couldn’t explain the reason
because she was here.
120. Th ink of I’m thinking of moving to
Australia.
I’m thinking to move to Australia.
121. Tim es & per Two times three equals six.
Two per three equals six.
122. Tw o pounds’ worth I’d like two pounds’ worth of
sweets.
I’d like two pounds worth of
sweets.
123. Up load & download We must upload the page from
our laptop to the server.
We must download the page
from our laptop to the server.
124. Us ed to We used to run a small company.
Now it’s grown rather large!
We used run a small company.
Now it’s grown rather large!
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125. Wa ge & salary Their wages are between five and
six dollar an hour though they
should be much higher.
Their salaries are between five
and six dollars an hour though
they should be much higher.
126. Wa nt to I want you to contact the
production supervisor
immediately.
I want that you contact the
production supervisor
immediately.
127. We ll & good She dances, sings and draws
quite well.
She dances, sings and draws
quite good.
128. Wh o & whom Who is responsible for collections
at this office?
Whom is responsible for
collections at this office?
129. Wh om & who I’ll send this note to whom it may
concern.
I’ll send this note to who it may
concern.
130. Wo rk & job Writing the budget is hard work. I
wish I didn’t have to do it every
year!
Writing the budget is hard job. I
wish I didn’t have to do it every
year!
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