Words commonly confused

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Words commonly confused: Affect/effect Allow/enable Compliment/complement Counsel/council e.g./i.e. ensure/insure farther/further fewer/less its/it’s lay/lie principal/principle stationary/stationery your/you’re sentence basics: coming into the new deparment (dependent clause) prior to the ``` expletive: We studied for the Grammar Exam, but there is still a chance we might still fail it. Subject/verb too far apart: The Grammar groups who worked so hard on their presentation during the last few days finally admitted they had not worked hard enough. Active voice: Emphasis: Transitive/ intransitive verb : require a direct object/do not require a direct object Modifiers: She did good in exam. (well) Only: I’m going to select only person to represent us at our national convetion in St. Louis.(t) I ‘m really angry that he would take (t) Parallelism: I’ll not only follow up with Julie but with sarah.( F) Regarding and attend (attending) (Answer A) Comma: Only three or more, needs comma between every item. He’s easygoing and out. (don’t
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