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Description Example Category
'i.e.' without a comma Who's responsible for providing public facilities, ie a post office, library, etc. for the Northwest? Punctuation
'i.e.' without a comma Who's responsible for providing public facilities, ie. a post office, library, etc. for the Northwest? Punctuation
'information' as a plural noun No news are good news. Grammar
'information' as a plural noun This is a valuable information. Grammar
'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
'is too high than' vs. 'is higher than' From 70,000 to 12,000 years ago, the lake's level was to higher than its current level. Grammar
'is too high than' vs. 'is higher than' From 70,000 to 12,000 years ago, the lake's level wasn't to higher than its current level. Grammar
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