Words and Common Confusions

This blog post was quite a find. Thanks to A Writer’s Workshop for sharing this priceless infographic.


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3 thoughts on “Words and Common Confusions

  1. Complement / compliment reminds me of a university (that shall remain nameless) that for a while had a department for training dental nurses and technicians that was listed on the official website as training “professions complimentary to dentistry”. I always imagined them teaching students to say, soothingly, “you are a very good dentist, you know”.

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