To, Too, or Two?

These homophones are tricky because there are three of them, they all sound the same, but they have highly different meanings. There is one simply trick that will help you distinguish the difference between them–one trick will help you sort out all three homophones. to–Preposition; shows direction or relation to another object John walked to…

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Weather vs Whether

These two homophones are tricky buggers for many of us. Why? Because they sound the same, and they look awfully close in spelling. Here’s how to remember the difference between the two. Weather; N. –the condition of the atmosphere or climate The weather outside is frightful. Weather; V.–the act of wearing down by erosion The horse saddle…

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