Confusing English Words! | Fix Common Vocabulary Mistakes & Errors



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There are lots of English words that look and sound similar, so it is easy to make spelling and vocabulary mistakes – even for native English speakers!
In this lesson, I explain some confusing pairs of words, like this:
Advise /advice
accept/except
Aloud / allowed
All together / altogether
Along / a long
Desert / dessert
Principal / principle
Complement / compliment

FOR EXAMPLE:
I offered her my advise.
I offered her my advice.

Confusing, huh? Which word is the correct one to use?

Well, the answer is ADVICE (but watch this video lesson so I can explain why!)

Read the full transcript to this video on my blog:

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