10 Commonly Misunderstood Words in the English Language. This would be a good infographic for a junior high/high school English class. For any subject, making an inforgraphic for study guides or presentations would be a creative way for students to.
I was aware of the fiance/fiancee difference, due to the fact that I was someone who read the dictionary (true story), but I always thought that the blond/blonde was a difference of language (maybe French?
Yes. Long live the Oxford Comma! I agree!/ No, I disagree completely. If you had toast and orange juice, you don't put a comma after the toast. You use the "and" instead of the comma. I had no idea that commas had names