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January 7 2012 Fiction Writing Newsletter

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Confusing Words from Acetic to Affusion
The English language is rather confusing for many people. Not only do we have homonyms, words that are spelled differently yet sound exactly the same, but we also have homographs. These words are spelled the same but have different meanings and are sometimes pronounced in different ways. Some words are just so much alike, even though they are spelled and pronounced differently, that they are easily confused. This article will focus on some of those confusing words from acetic to affusion.

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