Do you buy stationery or stationary? When your muscles cry with pain on a trail hike, is it a torturous or tortuous trail? When you get together with old friends after a while, are you altogether or all together?
The English language is full of words that mean completely different things, but spell almost the same – for example, altogether and all together, or stationery and stationary. This infographic highlights some special words in the English language that are can be especially confusing. Like what is the difference between specially and especially, and why they cannot be interchanged!
12 Common Words That Still Confuse Everyone:
Infographic by – GrammarCheck