Importance of homophones in your document

Rely it or not, you are only judged by your grammar skills whether you are a businessmen or research scholar. An email, letter, research papers, dissertations, reports or any document may be the first impression of your firm or organization. You obviously know that a single or minor mistake involving a comma or a full stop can portray an unprofessional image and may spell disaster for your business.

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If a paper, essay, assignment or any document is not proofread meticulously before it is turned in, a document that may have deserved an “A” grade may earn “D” just because of minor mistakes such as misspelled words, misplaced commas or full stops, improper homophone. A homophone is a word that sounds like another but is spelled differently and means something different. If you are not using proper homophones, it will change whole meaning of a sentence and may ruin your business. Therefore, proper knowledge of homophones is very important.

Examples of homophones are:

using accept instead of except, advice instead of advise, affect instead of effect, cite or sight instead of site, loose instead of lose, principle instead of principle, quiet instead of quite, then instead of than, their  or there instead of they’re, too or two instead of to, whether instead of weather, and whose instead of who’s.

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