Sunday, March 6, 2011

Some of the words and phrases people use are simply made up. They do not exist and should not be used in proper English.
1. Supposably [meant to say - supposedly]. Example: Supposedly she is coming tomorrow.
2. Irregardless [meant to say - regardless]. Example: Please call me regardless of the time.
3. For all intensive purposes [meant to say - for all intents and purposes]. Examples: For all intents and purposes, she is hired.
4. Use to [meant to say - used to]. Example: We used to be colleagues. "Target Your Professional Growth" Writing tips, writing course, and writing workbook

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