And I thought I was going to score 100%. Serves me right for second guessing the questions in the Advanced section.
Back to school for me.
Your result for The Commonly Confused Words Test…
You scored 93% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 100% Advanced, and 67% Expert!
You have an extremely good understanding of beginner, intermediate, and advanced level commonly confused English words, getting at least 75% of each of these three levels’ questions correct. This is an exceptional
score. Remember, these are commonly confused
English words, which means most people don’t use them properly. You got an extremely respectable score.
Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!
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Seen on Lisey’s blog.
How do you use ‘do’?
I’ve been wondering about this for a long time. When is it acceptable to use ‘do’?
For example, what’s the difference between: “I appreciate it” and “I do appreciate it”?
I’m not sure. Sometimes, it sounds wrong. Sometimes it sounds right. I can’t seem to tell when.
English experts… please help!
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Stephen Downes highlights his Guide of Logical Fallacies site. This brought to mind a recent Rocketboom segment on the same topic. Great for those the visually-inclined. George Dubya and his administrators feature quite a bit. I have to admit I have been guilty of some of these fallacies. I’ll try to avoid them. (Direct link.)
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