Words That Students Commonly Get Mixed Up [Infographic]

During everyday reading, we stumble upon oxymorons, allusions, paradoxes and ironies. Everyday we are exposed to homonyms, homographs and homophones.

When it comes to the English language, you occasionally come across patterns that hardly make sense. For example, inflammable means flammable and inhabitable means habitable yet inconsistent means not consistent.

words mixed up infographic

It is perfectly normal to second doubt yourself at times. Even the experts do so from time to time.

Thankfully, a transcription service, Fingertips Typing Services, based in the UK has stepped up and came up with a list of commonly misused words.

Courtesy of Fingertips Typing Services LimitedCourtesy of Fingertips Typing Services Limited


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