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Almost
Different from all most
A lot
Never one word
Already
Different from all ready
All right
Never one word alwrong!!
Okay
Not ok.
Altogether/ all together
Totally completely entirely/ everyone in one place
Always
Different from all ways
Anybody
Different from any body
Anymore /any more
Adv. From this point forward no longer. not doing that anymore will not attend there anymore/ anything left, anything additional. not any more he can say. not taking on any more projects
Anyone/any one
Indefinite person haven't seen anyone that can finish it .did not talk with anyone in the group/what ever one .any one of them can do it . I looked at cars , any one will be okay
Anytime
Whenever
Anyway
In any case, no matter what. Will try to do it anyway. Could not participate anyway
Apiece
Each. Sent them $20 apiece
A while
Though this can be one word in certain circumstances, it can always be two words. Why bother with one word?
Everybody
Different from every body
Everyday/every day
Usual, normal, habitual./Each and every day
Everyone
Different from every one
Into/in to
Preposition : Move to. always implies movement put them into the safe. walked into the room/ adverb + prep :part of two different elements in the sentence .went in to cash a check, come in to discuss the matter
maybe
Different from May be
maybe
Different from May be
Nobody
Different from no body
No one
Noone is not a word!
Onto/ on to
Prep: move to .always implies movement. drove onto the shoulder of the road. walked onto the wet cement/ adv + prep; part of two different elements in the sentence .went on to bigger and better things .moved on to become the manager
Overall/Over all
Complete/above
Somebody
Different from somebody
Someone
Different from some one. Someone is an indefinite person/some one is whatever one
Sometime/some time/sometimes/ some times
Occasional. Was a sometime friend. Date for sometime next week/indefinite period of time. Need some time to heal/occasionally. Would sometimes spend the afternoon at the park./certain occasions. Were some times that I wanted to just leave
Sometime/some time/sometimes/ some times
Occasional. Was a sometime friend. Date for sometime next week/indefinite period of time. Need some time to heal/occasionally. Would sometimes spend the afternoon at the park./certain occasions. Were some times that I wanted to just leave
Thereon
On that, on that thing. Based his argument thereon. Statements were based thereon
Sometime/some time/sometimes/ some times
Occasional. Was a sometime friend. Date for sometime next week/indefinite period of time. Need some time to heal/occasionally. Would sometimes spend the afternoon at the park./certain occasions. Were some times that I wanted to just leave
Thereon
On that, on that thing. Based his argument thereon. Statements were based thereon
Upon/up on
Positioned on. Placed it upon the counter where we could examine it/part of two different elements in the sentence. Went up on a different charge