Glossology (26.02.17)

Match of the week
sensitive vs. sensible
Sensitive is an adjective which refers to the characteristic of a person which means to be easily offended, upset or hurt. E.g. She is so sensitive about issues concerning her family.

Sensible is an adjective which refers to a person acting with or showing good sense; able to make good judgments based on reason. E.g. Kwame is very sensible.

Frequently misspelled words

independence not independance

until not untill

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