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Alot & A lot

Commonly Confused Words

Alot – is not a word

A lot – very much; a great deal; to a large extent; frequently or often

  • We like to go to the park a lot.
  • There are a lot of students in our class.
  • My friend has a lot of dogs.
  • There was a lot of food at the picnic today.
  • I am feeling a lot better.
  • The girls get sick a lot.
  • I am feeling a lot better after my surgery.

Am Used To vs Used To

Ago vs Before

Actually vs Currently

A Lot Of vs Many

Already vs Finished

Already vs Finished Quiz

Ad vs Add - With Audio/Voice

Ad vs Add Quiz

Advice vs Advise - With Audio/Voice

Anymore vs Any More

Anymore vs Any More Quiz

Among vs Between

Among vs Between Quiz

As vs Because With Voice/Audio

As vs Because Quiz

Accept vs Except - With Audio/Voice

Accept vs Except Quiz

Affect vs Effect - With Audio/Voice

Across vs Along

Across vs Along Quiz

Alike vs Like

A Few vs Few

A Few - A Little - Few - Little - With Voice/Audio

Alot vs A lot

As vs When

All vs Very

All vs Whole

All vs Whole Quiz

Aloud vs Allowed

Aloud vs Allowed Quiz

Always vs All Ways

Above vs Over

Am vs PM

Am vs PM Quiz

Among vs Between

Asure vs Sure

Another - Other - The Other

Ate vs Eight

Ate vs Eight Quiz

Afraid - Frighten - Scared

Alike vs Similar

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Confusing Words Staring With A

Confusing Words Staring With B

Confusing Words Staring With C - D

Confusing Words Staring With E - F - G

Confusing Words Staring With H - I

Confusing Words Staring With J - K - L - M - N - O

Confusing Words Staring With P - Q - R

Confusing Words Staring With S

Confusing Words Staring With T

Confusing Words Staring With U - V - W - X - Y - Z