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Antecedtly smith

Investigate these two sentences – one of them contains an error:

I poured over book after book.

We pored over the catalogues.

Is it accurate to say that you are questionable which one is correct? There are a considerable lot of words in English that look or sound alike yet have altogether different meanings, for example, pore and pour or flaunt and flout.

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Confused Words: Words That English Learners Tend to Confuse -- Kelly Smith
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