Common Errors in English Usage

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  1. conguyen

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    Một số lỗi thường gặp trong Tiếng Anh.

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    You can remember this one by remembering how to spell "accidental." Th
    words with -ally suffixes (like "incidentally") which are not to be confus
    have "-ly" suffixes (like "independently"). "Incidental" is a word, but "indep


    One unusual modern use of the apostrophe is in plural acronyms, like
    and "CD's". Since this pattern violates the rule that apostrophes are no
    indicating a plural, many people object to it. It is also perfectly legitimate
    See also "50's." But the use of apostrophes with initialisms like "learn you
    your P's and Q's" is now so universal as to be acceptable in almost any co

    Note that "acronym" was used originally only to label pronounceable
    "NATO," but is now generally applied to all sorts of initialisms. Be aware
    consider this extended definition of "acronym" to be an error.


    The chicken may have crossed the road, but did so by walking across it. ...."
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