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accomplish - correct spelling

accomplish verb
Example: Tiger Woods accomplished the remarkable feat of winning more than 25% of the tournaments he entered....

accordion - correct spelling

accordion noun
Not accordian.Example: Lawrence Welk played the accordion over and over and over again....

Account vs. Accountant

A description of something that has happened, as in an account of the accident.An arrangement to keep money in a bank, as in a checking or savings account.Records of money earned and spent.If you account for some...

accumulate - correct spelling

accumulate verb
Example: The shareholders noticed that someone accumulated thousands of shares in just 15 minutes....

accumulation - correct spelling

accumulation noun
Example: The stock is definitely under accumulation....

Accusative Case

The grammatical case in English language is the mode of the sentence of the parts of a sentence which help u...

accuse - correct spelling

accuse verb
Example: The husband will accuse his wife of being unfaithful....

accustomed - correct spelling

accustomed adjective (a past participial adjective, from the verb accustom) and a verb
Example: I’ve grown ...

ache - correct spelling

ache noun and verb
Example: He fought off all the aches and pains. noun
Example: His...

achieve - correct spelling

achieve verb
Example: He achieved every goal he set for himself....

achievement - correct spelling

achievement noun
Example: Winning the PGA was the golfer’s greatest achievement....

acknowledge - correct spelling

acknowledge verb
Example: The candidate acknowledged the cheers of the crowd....

acquaintance - correct spelling

acquaintance noun
Not acquaintence or aquaintance.Example: In high school, she was a close acquaintance of mine....

acquainted - correct spelling

acquainted verb, past tense and past participle of acquaint, and adjective
Example: He ...

acquire - correct spelling

acquire verb
Not aquire.Example: He tried to acquire a controlling interest in the corporation....

acquit - correct spelling

acquit verb
Not aquit.Example: The jury will acquit the defendant if the prosecutor fails to introduce sufficient evidence....

acquitted - correct spelling

acquitted verb, past tense and past participle of the verb acquitExample: The jury acqui...

acronym, initialism

An acronym is a pronounceable name made up of a series of initial letters or parts of words; for example, UNESCO for the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.An initialism, on the other hand, is simply a ...

across - correct spelling

across preposition, adverb, and adjective
Example: He traveled across the ocean. ...

Across vs. Cross

From one side of to the other side of.On the other side of.To go from one side to the other.Angry and not pleased.The shape x is a cross.An upright post with a horizontal bar ...

action verb

An action verb denotes physical, mental, or even emotional activity. The word run is obviously an action verb. But so is think.Every action verb is either transitive or ...

Action Verbs

When Amber and Igor were grunting all those nouns that named people, animals, and things, they also noticed that people did things: Animals moved around, made noises, and ate stuff; and tangible things could move and affect other things. They noticed...

active voice

Every transitive verb can appear in one of two voices: the active voice or the passive voice
.In the active voice, the grammatical subject of the sentence is the actor. Thus, in the ...

Active Voice vs. Passive Voice

Active and passive voice sounds like something complex and complicated, but really, it's not. It's about the relation existing between the subject and the action of a sentence, more exactly about who does what. But the best way to understand these is...

acumen - vocabulary

acumen - noun
Quickness of intellectual insight, or discernment; keenness of judgment, insight, discrimination.Note: The older pronunciation stresses the second syllable. The mode...

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