Glossology (05.03.17)

Match of the Week

altar vs. alter
Altar is a noun which is a table or similar flat-topped structure used for religious rites. e.g. Michelle was at the altar this morning crying earnestly unto God.

However, alter is a verb which means to change the form or structure of something. E.g. Barry altered the timeline when he went to Flashpoint.

Frequently misspelled words
accumulate not accummulate

refrigerator not refridgerator

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