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your
(possessive) form of you
its
possessive form of it
stationery
(noun) writing paper
they're
(contraction) they are
advice
(noun) a recommendation about a course of action
accept
(verb) to receive with consent; to give approval to.
advise
(verb) to recommend a course of action, to advise
affect
(verb) to influence, to produce an effect upon
principal
(noun) the person in charge of a school
except
(verb) leave out from the group
(prep) other than, but
well
(adv) Nancy sung well...
(well can also be used to describe health) He didn't look well...
effect
(noun) the result of an action, consequence
plane
(noun) an airplane, flat surface
all ready
all prepared
lie
(intransitive verb) to rest or to be in a place; lie never takes an object
lying, lay, lain
already
(adverb) previously
set
(verb) to put something in a place, usually takes an object
break
(verb) to fracture, to shatter
weather
(noun) condition of air or atmosphere
altar
(noun) a table for a religious ceremony
alter
(verb) to change
principle
(noun) a rule of conduct, a main fact or law
could of / would of / should of
should be could have / would have / should have
brake
(noun) a stopping device
all together
everyone or everything in the same place
among
(prep) used when referring to a group of 3 or more
altogether
(adverb) entirely
kind of / sort of
should be "somewhat" or "rather"..(He seemed somewhat..)
between
(prep) used when referring to 2 things at a time
farther
used to refer to distance
lead
(verb) to go first
capital
a city, the seat of government, excellent
cloths
(noun) pieces of fabric
stationary
(adj) in a fixed position
capitol
(noun) a building, statehouse
bring
(verb) to come carrying something
(bring with)
it's
contraction of it is or it has
chose
(past tense verb) selected
choose
(present tense verb) to select
take
(verb) to go carrying something
(take away)
whether
(conjuction) of
further
"to a greater degree" / additionally
clothe
(verb) to put on clothes
clothes
(noun) wearing apparel
quiet
(adj) still and peaceful; without noise
desert
(noun) a dry, sandy region
(verb) to abandon; to leave
plain
(adj) simple, common
(noun) a flat area of land
you're
(contraction) you are
rise
(verb) means to go up, and it never takes an object
lay
(transitive verb) to put something in a place; lay usually takes an object
laying, laid, have laid
dessert
(noun) the final course of a meal
quite
(adv) entirely, to a great extent
than
conjuction used for comparison
then
(adv) at that time
whose
(possessive) form of who
who's
(contraction) who is or who has
led
(past tense verb) went first
lose
(verb) to suffer loss
raise
(verb) means to lift up, usually takes an object
their
(possessive) form of they
sit
(verb) to rest in an upright seated position, doesn't take an object
loose
(adj) not securely attached
good
(adj.) That is a "good" cake
lead
(noun) a heavy metal
fewer
tells how many and is used with plural words (is countable)
there
(adv) at or in that place
less
tells how much and is used with singular words (not really countable)