Let’s face it, English can be a confusing language at times. There are hundreds of confusing words in English: words that are separated by just one or two letters or words that sound exactly alike when you say them out loud but have completely different meanings.
That is why I have created this list of commonly confused words with detailed explanations on all of their uses and differences. I have done my best to make my explanations in everyday English, so that anyone and everyone reading these posts will be able to easily understand.
This list is by no means exhaustive and I am expanding it every day, so if you don’t see a set of words on here of which you would like an explanation, please send me an email at Jordan@writingexplained.org. I’d be happy to write an article.