Everyday vs Every day

Everyday vs every dayEveryday and every day are commonly confused in English. There's no difference in pronunciation, but using the wrong one when writing is a mistake in the everyday English you use every day.

Than vs Then

Than vs thenThe English words than and then look and sound a lot alike, but they are completely different. If this distinction is harder than it should be, read this lesson and then try again.

   

Loose vs Lose

Loose vs loseThe words loose and lose are mixed up in writing; for some reason, many people write loose when they really mean lose. But there's no reason to lose your mind worrying about this, just lose the extra o!

   

   

Imply vs Infer

The English verbs imply and infer are often confused by English speakers. That's not to imply that you're one of them, but if that's how you infer it, go ahead and read this lesson.

Irregular verbs

A list of the most common irregular English verbs, including their simple past conjugations and present and past participles.

   

Stationary vs Stationery

The words stationary and stationery are often confused by English speakers due to their similar spelling and pronunciation. If you remain stationary in front of your computer, you can copy this lesson onto your own stationery.