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When to us in- and when to use un- is a difficult question for nonnatives of English and native speakers alike. Find out more about the distribution of these prefixes!

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The list of easily confused words is very long, but these are the ones that are the most often confused by people. Use this list to double check your next article and make sure that your writing looks professional, sharp, and correct! Don’t be confused about easily confused words any longer. Learn about words that are commonly misused, along with rules of when to use them.

Best buddies

Written English contains many words that are easyly mixed up. This can lead to totally different menanings in a text. If you want to avoid painful misunderstandings, you should be aware of all these “false friends” around. Especially if you are using any transcription software you definitely should look out for them.

commas

It would be madness to remember every comma rule consciously. We instinctively “know the rules” . And we can just run a spell checker to correct whatever error comes up. The advantage using a web based tool is that these rules are maintained by a community that has committed to enhance and refine the rule sets. You can easily add your own rules to your online spell checker.

King of grammar II

Language is a living entity based on crowdsourcing on a higher level. It should keep that way. Proper grammar is decided by usage within a community. You notice this when you see the different spellcheckers in your text editors for British, American, South African, Indian, Caribbean English or any other regional form of English.