This
chapter was great and I actually identified with it a great deal being that I
often made and still make this error myself. The words I would often confuse is
except/accept. There are several words in English
that resemble or sound similar but have very diverse implications, For example, then/ than or see/sea. It’s effortless to get confused with these words
and spell checking is even capable of assisting with such potential confusion: spell
checking can reveal if a word has been misspelled but they wouldn’t be capable
of providing notification of the misapplication of a properly spelled word. English has a variance of frequently
muddled words. They look similar, sound comparable or, worst of all, both look
and sound equally similar but have entirely diverse implications. Other words
look and sound dissimilar but are comparable in meaning, and it’s difficult to decide
which is the precise one in a particular situation or circumstance.