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  • Amber Leigh Williams

    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

  • Allied Family of Schools

    10 commonly misunderstood words #language #education #words

  • Krithika Rangarajan

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

  • Sue Langman

    10 commonly misunderstood words in english. grammar

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