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Can you name the COMMONLY MISUSED / MISSPELLED WORDS?
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Some words are spelled wrong, while some sentences have grammatical errors. Answers are only one word. Good luck!
I got my burgandy balloon for a bargain!
That bar is licenced to sell alcoholic beverages.
Licence is a noun (a driving licence), and license is a verb (allow something)
Your such an embarrassment!
Yes, embarrassment really has all those letters.
Camouflage is a characteristic of medeival warfare.
My bags were witheld at the airport because I was carrying a concealed pocket knife.
Withheld is a tricky one.
I'm not picky; I could care less what movie we see.
If you could care less, it implies that you do care.
Their drunkeness is overwhelming.
Everyone forgets about the third N!
I hope you don't mispell advantageous or instantiation!
It's in the title!
I went too a foreign country.
too means also.
Did you catch my allusion to Shakespaere?
Tomorrow, the villain will be next in succession to the thrown.
Thrown means tossed.
Does March come before or after Febuary?
Everyone always forgets the R!
I was looking at the calander, and noticed that there are only ninety days until my birthday!
I practicly vacuumed the entire house!
I am anxious to get this atrocious argument out of the way.
You can be anxious about something, but not to DO something.
My favourite holiday is Independance Day!
favourite is another correct English spelling of favorite.
The runner that came in eleventh was 1 second faster than the runner who came in twelth
Everyone always forgets that there is an F.
Even after much manuvering, my neighbor still couldn't find a parking spot at the restaurant.
Alcohol does not efect me the way it used to.
Affect is usually used as a verb; effect is usually used as a noun. Also, people commonly forget both F's.
You were suppose to call the lieutenant back!
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