Monday, 16 April 2018

Confusing Words – affect & effect, compliment & complement, and more!

Purple vetch.

Today you're going to master words that even native speakers confuse!
You'll learn common words that you can use in academic and business situations.
Whether in conversation or in writing, if you use these words correctly, you'll sound smart.
But if you use the wrong word, you won't sound so smart. So join me and learn these words,
as well as how to use them properly. We'll look at the following sets of words: affect & effect, principle & principal, compliment & complement, moral & morale & mortal,
personal & personnel, censor & sensor & censure.

Affect vs. Effect

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