11 Common Words You Are Using All Wrong

There are many words in the English language that have a different meaning but are often used for a different purpose in written/spoken form. While many of these words have transformed their meaning to an extent over time and are now somewhat acceptable in their wrong form, many are still totally wrong, but are still used!
Here, in this article, I bring to you a list of 11 such words that are being used incorrectly across the globe, even by native speakers many a time!

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Blog Writing: How to write an Effective, Readable, SEO-Friendly Blog Article

In this article, I’ll tell you how to write an effective blog article that is readable, yet search engine friendly for you to get the required attention from them. It has to be understood that quality content takes time to get up high in the SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages), but stays there for long and fetches large numbers of organic visitors to your blog.

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Oxford Comma / Harvard Comma – Is it really necessary?

Also known as the Serial comma or Harvard comma, the Oxford comma is an optional comma before the word ‘and’ and ‘or’ in a list. Do you support its use? Or you think it is pretentious?

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Differences Between UK English and US English – Part II – Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Punctuations

First of all, the Britishers finish their sentences with a full stop, while the Americans call it the period.

Next up, the major punctuation difference is the usage of double inverted commas. Even though the general convention is to place punctuation marks inside the quotation marks, the British style prefers to place the punctuations as per the sense.

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Differences Between UK English and US English – Part I – Spellings

Are there multiple accepted spellings and terminologies in the same language? Can parts of speech be twisted to suit speakers of different regions? The collective answer is yes! People in the UK and USA have some minor differences in spellings, pronunciations, and even grammar at places. Of course, the accent is different too.

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