Confusing Words and Clauses

Over at my technical blog called Web Tune-Up Pros, I’m running an article and hot link from the [tag]Copyblogger[/tag] about how to avoid looking dumb in print and online by confusing these sets of words: it’s and its, there and they’re, affect and effect, and your and you’re.  Of course, these same confusions can ruin your writing and communication reputation at work or school as well.  Check out that article and link if you like, but also please take a gander at my new feature in [tag]English Resources[/tag] called Confusin’ Clauses, in which I clarify the usages of that and which.

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