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Description Example Category
thing vs. think He wanted to thing about that. Commonly Confused Words
'ad' vs 'add' She ads a lot of value to our team. Commonly Confused Words
'ad' vs 'add' They usually ad ketchup to their fries. Commonly Confused Words
'ad' vs 'add' I would ad a new one. Commonly Confused Words
'ad' vs 'add' I wouldn't ad a new one. Commonly Confused Words
'intend' vs 'intent' She intents to do it. Commonly Confused Words
'intend' vs 'intent' They always intent to change it. Commonly Confused Words
'intend' vs 'intent' The child did not intent to break your arm. Commonly Confused Words
'intend' vs 'intent' I wouldn't intent to change it. Commonly Confused Words
there (their) own They were largely on there own that night. Commonly Confused Words
LanguageTool 5.1-SNAPSHOT (2020-07-03 20:33)