Sunday, June 15, 2014

Netiquette - Six of The most Confusing Words in English Which Can Ruin Meaing in an Email


The following six words are confused by so many of us that I wanted to put them in one place, defining each of them. These will obviously not be picked up by a spellchecker. Try to put each one into practice until you are comfortable with them.
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Emigration or immigration?

Emigration is the word to use when leaving your native or residence country.  

Immigration is the is the state of arriving in a new country
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Eminent, preeminent, imminent or immanent?

Eminent, means esteemed, famous illustrious or generally highly-regarded. 

Preeminent  is defined as most highly-regarded.

Imminent means nearby, inevitable or about to occur. 

     Immanent is defined as common, throughout or prevailing 
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