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Beside or Besides?
Close or Shut?
Device or Devise?
Emigrate or Immigrate?
Envelope or Envelop?
Fair vs Fare
Rich vs Wealthy
Price or Prize?
There, their or they're?
Used to or Be used to?
Begin vs Start
Build vs Construct
Borrow vs Lend
Either or and Neither nor
Expect, Hope or Wait?
Amount, Quantity, Number
See, Look or Watch?
Do or Make?


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