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    confused vs confusing


    I feel confused with this confusing situation.
    You are a confusing person (you make me feel confused).

    HI,
    Are these sentences correct, please?
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    Arrow Re: confused vs confusing

    In the name of The Merciful Allah,
    Hi, I'm not A teacher, but I can guide you to the underlying rules of adjectives. Please read this carefully:
    http://grammar.ccc.commnet.edu/grammar/adjectives.htm
    Last edited by Egyption Arrow; 18-Jul-2008 at 01:09.


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    Re: confused vs confusing

    I feel confused by this confusing situation.
    You are a confusing person (you make me feel confused).

    You have used them correctly.

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    #4

    Re: confused vs confusing

    Which one is more correct

    The Most Commonly Confusing Words
    The Most Commonly Confused Words


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    Re: confused vs confusing

    The most commonly confusing words.

    This means that an individual word such as 'imflammable' can be confusing for people, who think it means, 'won't burn', as if, 'inflammable'.

    The most commonly confused words.

    This means that people confuse pairs of words, as in using 'mistake' when the appropriate word is 'error'; using "it's" when it should be 'its'; write 'born' when they mean 'borne' etc.

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