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Thin line separates homonyms, polysemy and homophones

ALEXANDER CHAGEMA

The aspect of passive and active voices, earlier discussed, comes into play as well.

Thin line separates homonyms, polysemy and homophones

By Alexander Chagema | 2 years ago

With homophones, it pays to cross-check every word you use

With homophones, it pays to cross-check every word you use

Take a breather after doing some writing, get back to it and read it as though you are not the author

Alexander Chagema | 3 years ago

When malapropisms end up causing unintended humour

There are times when a reader misses the point simply because he or she laid emphasis, or paused at the wrong point in a sentence.

Alexander Chagema | 4 years ago

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