Supremist/ Supremacist

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By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Supremist/ Supremacist
When referring to a person who advocates the supremacy of a particular group (especially with race) over all others, the word to use is ‘Supremacist’; not ‘Supremist’.
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Everyday English-Supposedly/Supposably

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By ©Adwoa A Akuamoah.
Supposably/Supposedly(adv)
These two are Not Interchangeable! They communicate completely different ideas.
Supposedly- as believed; purportedly; not definitely known to be true.
Supposably (US)-presumably; believed to be very likely although one isn’t certain.
Eg. She was supposedly in the cab at the time of the murder.😊✔️(based on claim)
She’s supposably not the murderer then. 😊✔️(based on inference)
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Everyday English- suit/suite

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Suit&Suite-
Pronounced ‘Soot’/‘Syoot’ & ‘Sweet’
When you wear it, it’s a suit (soot)/(syoot)
When it’s a room, it’s a suite (sweet)
Eg. The lady in the suit (soot)/(syoot) just came out of her suite (sweet)
*** All ‘words’ in parentheses depict how the topic words should be pronounced.
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Everyday English- Sneak/Snuck

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Sneak/ Snuck
The past tense and past participle of ‘sneak’ may be sneaked or (as accepted now) snuck
Either of the two is correct.
Eg. She sneaked out by the back exit.✔️
She snuck out by the back exit.✔️
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Everyday English- Affidavit

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The thing you swear (usually to change your name) is an ‘Affidavit’, not ‘affidavid’ or any of the other things people say. Lol
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Everyday English- Athlete

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Do not say or spell ‘athelete’. The word is ‘athlete’. Yes, ‘athlete’.
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Everyday English- Prerogative

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Do not say ‘perogative’ say, ‘Prerogative’
Pronounced- pri’ró-gu- tiv
3 syllabes
i- sit
ó- hot
u- ago
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