We all do it. Use the wrong terms when we write or even talk. But it’s more evident when we’re writing. So here are some words commonly miss used.
Alot. – It’s not actually a word. A lot is the term people mean.
Its.- Many mean IT IS. As in it is Sunday. Its refers a person or thing having possession. Example; she’s braiding its hair.
Lose/Loose.- Lose is close to lost. Something one misplaced. Loose means something is roomy.
Your/You’re.- Your is like an ownership. Example; Your car is amazing. You’re is a combination word of you and are. Example; You’re (you are) very talented.
There/Their/They’re.- There is a location. Example; Where are my keys? Over there. Their is a form of ownership. Example; Their prom was excellent. They’re is another combination word. They and Are. Example; They’re (they are) over there in their usual spot.
I think this is good. I’ll be back with more. Practice these bits and improve!