Found 169 articles starting with I:

I hope you’ve learned to fix the chapter title…

Our chapter read: “Bring along this advice when you go to work.”But now you know that “bring” and “go” don’t comfortably fit in...

I vs. Me

Consider the below example – I d...

i.e., e.g.

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icon, iconoclast - vocabulary

noun
Icon: An image, picture, likeness, or representation; an enduring symbol; a person who is the object of devotion or attention. In the computer world, a graphical image or symbol on a screen th...

ideally - correct spelling

ideally - adverb
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Idioms that are a piece of cake…

1. On Cloud nine – when you are extremely happy. ...

idiosyncrasy - correct spelling

idiosyncrasy - noun
Example: His idiosyncrasy of stacking his coins by denomination irritated his roommate....

idiosyncrasy - vocabulary

noun
A characteristic, mental quality, or habit peculiar to an individual or group. “What’s to be done? Here’s the cottage, taking one time with another, will produce, say seventy pounds a year. I think we m...

If I Was vs. If I Were

Was vs Were As simple as that, in pas...

ignorance - correct spelling

ignorance - noun
Example: She tried to mask her ignorance at the meeting of scientists....

Illegal vs. Illicit

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Illicit vs. Elicit

The boss’s illicit association with his secretary elicited for a solution in order to retain the healthy...

Illusion vs. Delusion

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imaginary - correct spelling

imaginary - adjective
Example: Even his imaginary friends wouldn’t play with him....

Imaginative vs. Imaginary

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imbecile - correct spelling

imbecile - noun
Example: Homer Simpson often acts like an imbecile....

Imbed vs. Embed

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imbroglio - vocabulary

noun
A misunderstanding or disagreement attended by ill feeling, perplexity, or strife. In 1807, the US government implemented the Embargo Act. This decree, which closed American ports to foreign trade and p...

imitate - correct spelling

imitate - verb
Example: He often tried to imitate his younger brother....

Imitate, Intimate & Intimidate

Imitate...

imitation - correct spelling

imitation - noun
Example: Imitation is the highest form of flattery....

immediately - correct spelling

immediately - adverb
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immigrant - correct spelling

immigrant - noun
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Immigrate vs. Emigrate

Alan emigrated f...

Immigrate vs. Emigrate

“Immigrate” and “emigrate” are two words that have similar meanings and can be easily confused. The differen...

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