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Common Errors Ch. 05

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by Anonymous03/16/11

disinterested/uninterested

How about addressing this one next time? Disinterested meaning having no vested interest or private agenda to be pursued; uninterested meaning
bored, lacking involvement, unwilling to get involved. I've lost count of the number of times I have seen this mistake in Literotica stories.

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by Edison3wire09/27/12

Very helpfull!

Hello there Velvetpie, this article is
very helpfull and I know is appreciated.

Two other words come to mind here,
that although sound similar are different
in spelling and meaning.

"Than" is used in a comparative setting.
Lois likes high heels better THAN flats.

"THEN" is used when there is an element
of time.
Harold drove his truck to the coalyard and
bought a ton of anthracite, THEN he drove home
and unloaded it into the coal bunker.

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