Yes, one letter does make a difference. In names, it’s as simple as boy versus girl. Forget the “a” on Davida and she’s now David. In Spanish, an hombre is a man but hambre is hungry. I prefer to eat dessert not a desert. Common mistakes include “your” and “you’re” or “new” and “knew.” Here are several examples that may add a chuckle to your day.
So it’s okay to park?
Um, I’m not thirsty anymore.
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