Confusing word pairs

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    Karteikarten: "accept" und "except"

    Many English words have a homophone or near-homophone — that is, a counterpart that sounds the same or almost the same, but is spelled differently and has a different meaning. In Business Spotlight 2/2018, we look at some common examples, such as “accept” / “except” or “principle” / “principal”.

    In this exercise, you can test if you can tell these confusing word pairs apart.

     

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