When to use certain words
Quite a lot of people still seem to have difficulty when or where to apply to, two, too, were, we’re, where, there, their, they’re. Hopefully we can break down some of these to be better understood, and less of a hassle to work with in the future.
“If the cake were sold, there would be none left.” It may sound odd, but its correct.
“We’re going to buy that cake.” Indicating current action or call to action.
“I asked where the cake was, but they where sold out.” Location of item.
“Where is the closest bakery?” Asking a location in general
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