Moving right along in this series on homophones — words that sound the same, but have different meanings and spellings. These are problematic for writers because, unless they know the difference, they can result in spelling errors that spellcheckers can’t catch. We’ve covered A through G. This post will quickly cover the H’s.
Today we’ll look at troublesome homophones that start with g. These are words that are easy to misspell or otherwise confuse.
Moving on to homophones that start with f. I hope these continue to be helpful. It’s amazing how many of these confused spelling words you can find when you start looking for them.
Spellcheckers can’t be trusted. Don’t misunderstand. I’m not suggesting that the computer coders who created spellcheckers had malevolent intentions. …