Confused Words 10

Hi everyone, I hope you’re all well. I’m sharing another round of commonly confused words with you today, and they are: Alter, Altar Alter: this word is used to mean change. For example, it’s easy to ‘alter‘ the designs. Altar:… Read More ›

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