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Unread 03-02-2015, 01:04 PM   #1
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The "E" makes all the difference

This is intended in good fun, but one of my pet peeves is mis-spellings. They are everywhere, and this site has a couple that have been chapping my backside for a while. So, without further ado...
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These are types of LATH. There is no "E" in lath. It rhymes with "path".
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This is a LATHE. Notice the "E". It kind of rhymes with "wave".
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This is SILICON. There is no "E". It is an element.
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Silicon is often used to make these:
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This is SILICONE. It has an "E" at the end. The second part of the word rhymes with "drone".
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Silicone, with an E, is often used to make these:
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Proper nouns that can't be identified as such on accounta no capitalization.

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