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Non-Errors



The usages people keep telling you are wrong but which are actually standard in English. Using these aspects in your speech and writings is always right as far as correct grammar is concerned.



  • Aggravate and Irritate

  • Beginning a sentence with a conjunction

  • Between and Among

  • Carrot On A Stick

  • Connoisseur and Connaisseur

  • Crops and Children

  • Cut The Muster

  • Dinner

  • Ending a sentence with a preposition

  • Feeling Bad

  • Female and Woman

  • Forte

  • Gender vs. Sex

  • Have

  • Healthy and Healthful

  • Hopefully

  • Lend and Loan

  • Lion’s Share

  • Momentarily

  • Near Miss

  • None

  • Normalcy and Normality

  • Off Of

  • Over vs. More Than

  • Persuade and Convince

  • Preventive and Preventative

  • Reference and Cite

  • Regime and Regimen

  • Scan and Skim

  • Since and Because

  • Spit and Image

  • Split Infinitives

  • Teenage and Teenaged

  • Till and Til

  • Titled and Entitled

  • Unquote and Endquote

  • Who and That

































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