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People vs. Peoples vs. Pupils

Person When we refer to a human being, we say a person. For example, a ni...

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Remember vs Reminder vs Remainder

Remember Remember is a verb which means to think of an occurrence in the ...

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Career vs. Carrier

Carrier Carrier is pronounced as “kae-ri-year.” The ‘kae’ sound is same a...

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10 days ago

Very vs. Too vs. Enough

Too The too with the double o implies more than necessary, desirable or r...

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I vs. Me

Consider the below example – I d...

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14 days ago

If I Was vs. If I Were

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

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So vs. Such

So So is a conjunction. It can join t...

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Possessive pronouns vs. Possessive adjectives

Possessive The word possessive itself...

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21 days ago

Adjectives and Adverbs

Simply put, ...

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27 days ago

Envoy vs. Convoy

Both convoy and envoy are nouns. Convoy can be used as a verb too, as we will see later in the article.  Envoy Envoy is derived from the old French word ‘...

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