Quiet or Quite

The words quiet and quite are often confused by some people, especially when writing. They have different meanings and uses, so it is important to know how to use them correctly. Here are some explanations and examples to help you. Quiet means making little or no noise, or having little or no activity or excitement. …

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Precede or proceed

Proceed and precede are two verbs that sound similar, but have different meanings and spellings. Preceed is a common wrong spelling of precede. Here are some examples of how to use proceed and precede in sentences related to online tutorials or online courses:

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Personal or personnel

Personal is an adjective that means relating to or affecting a particular person or their private life, feelings, and relationships. For example, personal information, personal belongings, personal opinion, etc. Personnel is a noun that means the people who work for an organization or are part of an armed force. For example, personnel department, personnel files, …

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