While many similar, yet different words might go unnoticed by casual readers whose native language is the same as the work, it’s still important for a writer to know the difference. Proper grammar usage speaks to the writer’s credibility and expertise, allowing their work to be much better received by audiences and critics.
It also ensures an easy understanding to those who may have a different native tongue, as well as to learning readers or young readers. Here are a list of commonly confused words and how to know which to use. Feel free to contact me if you have any others I should add to the list.
Whoever vs Whomever
Sight vs Site