Tag Archive: Conflicts

Oct 03

Rules Of Grammar: Stationary vs Stationery

Stationary with an “a” is an adjective. It means not moving or not capable of being moved. Stationery with an “e” refers to writing paper and envelopes. Machine Briefs: stationary= STAIGS/NA*ER stationery= STAIGS/NAO*ER

Jul 25

Rules Of Grammar: Altogether vs. All Together

Altogether means entirely. All together means all in a group. For example: He is altogether too smart to do something so reckless. The books are all together on the table. Machine Briefs: altogether= AULGT all together= AUL/TOGT

Jan 17

Rules Of Grammar: Awhile vs A While

“Awhile” is used as an adverb. “A while” is used as a noun. Here are some examples for how they should be used: We have a while left before the train arrives. I saw my friend a while ago. We waited awhile for the bus. She ran awhile. Here’s a trick that usually works: If …

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Jan 07

Practive Video: Medical Lit

Here are some briefs from the video: miracle= MIRBLG digest= DJ digestive= DFT excrete= XRAOET lifetime= LAOIFT all the= AULT cycle= SAOIBLG chemcal= KHEM or KHEM/KAL and a half= NAF grocery= GROIR cereal= KRAOERL vegetables= VEJS skeleton= SKENLT muscle= MUFL coordinated= KAORNTD interestingly= TR-LG passively= PAFL computer= KPAOURT energy= N-RJ organic= GO*RNG animal= ANL diversity= …

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Dec 26

Rules Of Grammar: Capital vs Capitol

Capital is used in reference to the following: 1) A city or town. 2) A capital letter. 3) Wealth, whether in money or in property. 4) Any type of a source of profit. 5) Capitalists as a group or a class. 6) Principal; something of the highest importance. 7) Excellence, or something that is first-rate. …

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Jul 24

Conflicts: Bite, Byte, and Bight

Bite- verb; “To seize especially with teeth or jaws so as to enter, grip, or wound. Byte- noun; “A unit of computer information or data storage capacity that consists of a group of eight bits and that is used especially to represent an alphanumeric character. Bight- noun; “1) A bend in a coast forming an …

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