All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘homophones’

Words We Confuse That Spellcheckers Miss, Part M


Homophones cause all kinds of problems for spellers. They are words that sound alike, but are spelled differently. I’m covering all the most common ones a piece at a time. Today’s post is all about the M-homophones.

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There, Their, and They’re


Getting them straight: they’re, their, and there.

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Words We Confuse That Spellcheckers Miss, Parts K and L


Spelling would be so much easier if it weren’t for the abundance of homophones — words that sound the same but have different spelling. This post looks at homophones starting with K and L.

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Words We Confuse that Spellcheckers Miss, Parts I and J


The next in an ongoing series of posts on troublesome spelling situations caused by homophones. This article looks at homophones beginning with I and J.

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