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What are examples of other commonly-confused words? How might using the correct word benefit you in various situations (at work or at home)?

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Providing a review of a peer's work can be beneficial for both parties. How will you ensure you are giving appropriate and helpful feedback? Why is it important to balance both positive and constructive comments?

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easily comprehensible by the readers, and do not sound too simplistic, too.  I take extra precautions to make sure I have picked up the correct words, and have not confused with similar sounding words.  For example, new and knew sound almost similar, when spoken; yet both are entirely distinct in meaning.  Some of the commonly confused words include “affect & effect, good & well, all ready & already, lay & lie, allusion & illusion, leave & let, among & between, ordinance & ordnance, are & our, precede & proceed, award& reward, quiet & quite, breath & breathe, quote & quotation, can & may, conscience & conscious, statue & sta...
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