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Easily Confused Words: Red vs. Read

Red and read are homophones and easily confused words. The spell-check of most word processing software programs would not catch a slip-up among these three words. 164 more words

Easily Confused Words

Easily Confused Words: Pistol vs. Pistil

Pistol and pistil are easily confused words: change just one letter adn you have a whole new word. The spell-check of most word processing software programs would not catch a slip-up among these words. 133 more words

Easily Confused Words

Easily Confused Words: Farmer vs. Pharma

Farmer and Pharma are easily confused words.  Spell-check in most word processing software programs would not catch a slip-up among these three words. As long as it’s a word and it is spelled correctly, spell-check keeps on scanning the document. 150 more words

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Free Friday: Grammar with MODAL review

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Modals are auxiliary verbs, also known as “helping” verbs. These aux. verbs help change the meaning of main verbs to express a variety of things, such as: ability, possibility, obligation, etc.. 192 more words

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Thirty One Army Officers of Jaffna Complete Intensive English Package

The first English Language Course – 2014 for officers serving in Jaffna ended on Thursday (11) with award of certificates in Multi Facility Complex auditorium at Headquarters Security Force Jaffna. 295 more words

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