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 How To Differentiate in Corporate Business Writing?

Affect - To influence          

Effect - To cause or bring about

All right - Two words - completely correct or acceptable     

Alright - Not in use today

All together - Assembled into one group         

Altogether - Completely or entirely

All ready - (two words) everything is in order 

Already - Previously or prior to a specified time

Among - Used with three or more persons or things

Between - Used to differentiate between two people or things

Amount - Used with reference to money or things that can't be counted          

Number - Refers to items that can be counted; a specific amount

Anyone - Used if any is important and is to be emphasized

Any one - Used to refer to a specific person, place or thing

Balance - Strictly speaking, the difference between debits and credits   

Remainder - Something left over in any situation

Complement - To complete, is fitting, or adds a finishing touch    

Compliment - To flatter or offer words of praise

Continual - Continuing, but stop-and-go activity       

Continuous - Constant activity with no letup

Credible - Capable of being true or believable

Creditable - Performance worthy of credit or special mention

Each other - When only two persons are involved    

One another - When three or more persons are involved

Eminent - Famous or noteworthy          

Imminent - Expected to happen soon

Except - To exclude from a group or single out          

Accept - To receive what may be offered or to assent

Farther - Referring to specific distance

Further – To indicate extent or degree

Infer - Objectively draw a conclusion    

Imply - To hint or suggest

Latest - Refers to the last condition that is still in effect      

Last - Refers to final things -after all others

Less - Mainly refers to things which are hard to count         

Fewer - Generally refers to people or things that can be counted

Lie - To rest and does not take an object         

Lay - To put or place and usually takes an object

Party - Group of people    

Person - Refers to an individual

Practical - Useful to pragmatic   

Practicable - That has been proposed but has not yet been tested

Precede - To 'go before'   

Proceed - To 'go ahead' or ' move forward'

Principal - Main or primary participant

Principle - Rule or underlying tenet 

Raise - To lift or cause something to move up

Rise - Takes on the more subjunctive sense of ' to go up' or 'come up'

Stationery - Situated in one place or without movement    

Stationery - Paper used for writing

Very - Adverb meaning to a high degree          

Real - Adjective meaning truly, actual or fundamental (use with nouns)

Without - Preposition used to indicate the absence of something or someone

Unless - Conjunction indicating an exception to the stated condition. 

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