Vocabulary

Pratice English Vocabulary with explanations and exercises. I explain with pictures lots of new vocabulary to improve your English.

Incoming Or Upcoming Or Oncoming? What’s The Difference?

Using location-based words in the wrong way can make your speech confusing. For example, with incoming, upcoming, or oncoming, all three of these terms cannot be used interchangeably, as they mean different things. Incoming means something is about to arrive. Upcoming means something is about to happen. Oncoming means something is moving towards you. Though …

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Perogative or Prerogative? Which is correct?

There is some debate over whether the correct spelling is “perogative” or “prerogative.” The word comes from the Latin “prerogativa,” which means “privilege.” “Prerogative” is the correct spelling, while “perogative” is a misspelling. Where Prerogative Comes From The word prerogative has a long and interesting history. It first appeared in the English language in the …

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