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Posted on January 5, 2017 at 6:05 PM
It's funny how one letter can entirely change the meaning of a word. It's no wonder that English is so difficult for non-native speakers to learn.

Today I wrote "cheek" instead of "cheer." My character was in good cheer. And another character meant to run his hand over his hair, not his heir.

Sigh. English isn't all that easy for us native speakers, either.

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