10 Commonly Misunderstood Words in English
Here’s a helpful blog to help you brush up on your vocabulary. That’s always a good exercise.
I’m going to add a couple of words to the list.
Dearth: I’ve heard people use it to mean a full complement or lots of something. In fact, it means a scarcity or lack of.
Irregardless: Doesn’t exist. Use “regardless.”
What misuses are your pet peeves?