Everyday English Voluptuous/ Volumptuous

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Voluptuous/ Volumptuous
Please do not say ‘volumptuous’ just because you believe the meaning may have a thing with volume. There is no such word as volumptuos. Say ‘voluptuous’.
Eg. Jill is quite a voluptuous woman.😊✔️
Jill is quite a volumptuous woman.😡❌
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Everyday English- stuff/stuffs

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Stuff/Stuffs
Please, please, please!
The ‘plural’ form of stuff is still stuff.
Stop saying stuffs!
Eg. I’ll get those stuffs on the way😡❌
I’ll get those stuff on the way😊✔️
Only say ‘stuffs’ as a third person singular verb.
Eg. She always stuffs candy into her pockets😊✔️
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Everyday English- stuff or stuffs

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Stuff/Stuffs
Please, please, please!
The ‘plural’ form of stuff is still stuff.
Stop saying stuffs!
Eg. I’ll get those stuffs on the way😡❌
I’ll get those stuff on the way😊✔️
Only say ‘stuffs’ as a third person singular verb.
Eg. She always stuffs candy into her pockets😊✔️
Lovely day😊
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Staff/Staffs

Everyday English for Today’s People
By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Staff/Staffs
Please do not say ‘staffs’ just because you’re referring to more than one person.
Say ‘staff’ because regardless, you’re still referring to just one group of people.
Eg. The nursing staffs are on strike😡❌
The nursing staff is on strike 😊✔️
This means more than one person is on strike and they are all nurses.
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Verbiage not Verbage

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Verbiage Not Verbage
When referring to the manner in which something is expressed in words or language that is very complicated and contains a lot of unnecessary words, say ‘verbiage’, not ‘verbage’.
Eg. Some doctors explain our diagnoses with such technical verbiage that we die before our actual deaths.😊✔️
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Of course/ Of cause

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Of course/ of cause
When you mean to confirm a statement to or suggest that it is expected, Say ‘of course’, Not ‘of cause’.
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Utmost/Upmost/Outmost

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Utmost/Upmost/Outmost
Now this just makes my day. Upmost??!!🤣🤣🤣🤣 No please. Not when you mean to say ‘Utmost’.
Outmost?? As in going all out?? 😂 No please.
Outmost- means at the farthest point from the centre- nothing close to utmost.
Upmost- at or nearest to the top.
Eg. Upmost floor, upmost step, etc
Utmost- highest in extent
Eg. Utmost best, utmost importance
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