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    The 10 most commonly misunderstood words in English. I LOVE learning new words, or teaching others new words.

  • Maria Cristina Terenzio

    10 Vocaboli che spesso vengono usati a sproposito - 10 common misunderstood words in the #English #Language. I would add "fetish". Many think it means an sexual interest or preference, but it means, an object or body part psychologically necessary for sexual gratification

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    10 Commonly Misunderstood Words in English #writing #tips #writingtips #grammar #words

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    10 commonly misunderstood words in english. grammar

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10 common misunderstood words in the English Language. I would add "fetish". Many think it means an sexual interest or preference, but it means, an object or body part psychologically necessary for sexual gratification

Certainly an interesting twist on this. I could see it really helping some kids to remember the difference!