Common English Errors

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Can you name the words that are commonly expressed incorrectly?

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Everyday SentenceCorrect Word
He was proberbly most interested in the action movie.
There was no harm since it was all tongue and cheek.
College students visit the laundry mat all the time.
That guy on the street was hocking all kinds of fake watches.
There's nothing like a bologna sandwich in the refridgerator.
The magician used slight of hand masterfully.
It was another one of his hairbrained schemes.
Those two are inseparable--it is like they are yolked together.
I don't think the statue of limitations has run out yet.
Put a straightjacket on this crazy fellow immediately!
There is nothing like smelling food to wet your appetite.
My best friend lives caddy-corner to me.
We should use a board that is six feet acrossed.
Everyday SentenceCorrect Word
Dad was supposably going to take care of that.
My amp electrocuted me yesterday.
Does anyone know who's pizza crust this is?
Let's stop worrying about it, since it is a mute point anyway.
Reading on a chaise lounge is much more comfortable.
Mama always said you will reap what you sew.
He offended everyone, irregardless of their race or creed.
They were selling shirts and pants, excetera.
He was running around butt naked.
The cacti in my zeroscape look great.
Roasting a marshmellow is rarely a simple act.
I would like two shots of expresso in mine, please.
The dog clanged up the rod iron stairway.

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