Monday, May 23, 2011

Five English Words Which You often Misspell

We often misspell some general English words. Here, I'm telling you five words you need to stop misspelling.

1. (a) Lose: Lose is the opposite of win.
(b) Loose: It means 'not tight'.

2. (a) It's: This is a contraction for it is or it has. For Example: It is/It's a cow. It has one tail.
(b) Its: Use this when one thing owns another. For Example: It is its tongue.

3. (a) Definitely: It's Definitely not Definately.

4. (a) Then: It is used for time. For Example: First I stole money, then we enjoyed together.
(b) Than: Than is used for comparison. For Example: I'm taller than you.

5. A Lot: It's not alot, it's a lot. Always give space between a and lot.

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