You probably make a distinction between the phrases “wait on” and “wait for.” Usually, we think of “waiting on” as something to do with service: It took a while for the waiter to come over and wait on us. We waited for him for at least fifteen minutes. Yet sometimes this distinction is not made, […]
I am looking for a pair of green socks.”
“We don’t got any of those.”
“We don’t “got” any of those”?????
If you don’t like the word “snuck” as the past tense of “sneak,” sorry . . .
There . . . Their . . .They’re . . .and two other confused words not too hard to learn . . .
Do you know the actual meanings of “momentarily” and “presently”? Read on to find out.