Sometimes, sometime, and some time may look very similar, but each has a different meaning. You probably haven’t thought about it much (or at all), and you have likely used them correctly, but they can cause confusion.
What is the past tense of the verb “to light”? Is it “lit” or” lighted”? And what is the difference between “lightening” and “lightning”?
Imply and infer are often confused, as are bring and take. In both sets of words one goes in the opposite direction from the other. One goes away and the other goes toward.
Lay and lie are two of the most confusing verbs in the English language. Learn the difference in this post.
The verb “hang” has two past tenses. They are both correct when used in the correct way. When should you use “hung” and when should you use “hanged”?