Here’s your spelling lesson for today.
- Plurals do not need apostrophes.
- Apostrophes are usually used when a letter is missing.
eg. you’re = you are. ‘You’re welcome to come to the party’.
Not to be confused with ‘your’ = belonging to you, eg. your hat.
It’s = it is. Its = belonging to it.
- definitely – distinctly, precisely, clearly.
There is definitely no ‘a’ in ‘definitely’!
Please don’t confuse with ‘defiantly’ = aggressively hostile.
- voilà = French for ‘here’. Opposite of ‘voici’.
Not to be confused with ‘viola’ = a larger-than-violin musical instrument, or a small violet flower.
‘Tis enough for now. I’m sure there’s many more creatively spelled words that are rampant online.