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not moving; standing still
Stationary
Writing paper and envelopes
Stationery
something that completes, makes up a whole, or brings to perfection
complement
an expression of praise, admiration, or congratulation
compliment
a rule on conduct; a fact or a general truth
principle
main or most important
principal
to receive something offered
accept
to leave out; exclude
except
a building where a legislature meets
capitol
money or property used in business
capital
center of government
capital
punishable by death
capital
uppercase
capital
to influence
affect
to accomplish, to bring about; a result
effect
the possessive form of you
your
contraction of you are
you're
possessive form of it
its
contraction of it is or it has
it's
possessive form of they
their
at that place
there
contraction fo they are
they're
prepostion
to
also, more than enough
too
the number between one and three
two
I do not want one doughnut; I want too/to/two fo the chocolate ones.
two
I have had to/ too much coffee.
too
Please return these books to/too the library.
to
They're/ there/ their reading a book by Stephen King.
They're
I have not been their/there in a long time.
there
There/Their apartment has a view of the river.
Their
Its/ It's cold outside.
It's
The town has not raised it's/its tax rate in years.
its
Your/ you're always on time.
You're
Please bring your/you're book to class.
your
What affect/effect did the rain have on the crops?
effect
`How did that sad movie effect/affect you?
affect
Begin every sentence with a capitol/capital letter.
capital
Do you support capital/capitol punishment?
capital
What is the capital/capitol of Tennessee?
capital
We could see the white capital/capitol from our car.
capitol
Everyone is going except/accept me.
except
I excepted/ accepted his apology.
accepted
The principal/principle export of Brazil is coffee.
principal
Her principals/principles are very high.
principles
Ms. Wester complimented/complemented me on my outfit.
complimented
That tattoo complements/compliments his nose-ring.
complements
I wrote her a letter on my purple stationary/stationery.
stationery
The car remained stationery/stationary with the engine running.
stationary