February 10 2016

Rules Of Grammar: Flair vs. Flare

Rules Of Grammar LogoFlair is defined as follows: “(1) A natural ability to do something. (2) An unusual and appealing quality or style.”

Flare is defined as follows: “(1) A light that shines brightly and briefly. (2) A very bright light that is used to give a signal, to light something, or to attract attention. Also, a device that produces such a light. (3) A sudden expression of anger.”

Machine Briefs:

flair= FLAIR
flare= FLAER

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Posted February 10, 2016 by Elsie Villega in category "Briefs", "Grammar", "Vocabulary

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