THIS, THAT AND WHATNOT

                               Common Pitfalls in English

                                  😦 Wrong    –     πŸ™‚ Right 

😦 You’ve got another thing coming.

πŸ™‚ You’ve got another think coming.

😦 Each one worse than the next.

πŸ™‚ Each one worse than the last.

😦 I made a complete 360 degree change in my life.

πŸ™‚ I made a complete 180 degree change in my life.

😦 One in the same.

πŸ™‚ One and the same.

😦 I could care less.

πŸ™‚ I couldn’t care less.

😦  ThanksGod .

πŸ™‚  Thank God.

😦  Ok

πŸ™‚  OK (captlized)

😦  Irregardless

πŸ™‚  Regardless

😦  Pronounciation

πŸ™‚  Pronunciation

πŸ™‚  Pronounce (verb)

😦  Keep off of the grass

πŸ™‚  Keep off the grass.

Words That Mean the Opposite of What They Used to mean                                                                

                               Awful

Current meaning: Very unpleasant

Original meaning: Inspiring wonder                                             

                                Bully

Current meaning: Someone who mocks or harms those who are weaker

Original meaning: A good fellow or a darling

                              Artificial

Current meaning: Contrived or false

Original meaning: Artfully and skillfully constructed

                             

                              Resentment

Current meaning: Indignation

Original meaning: Gratitude

Source: Reader’s Digest Read more: http://www.rd.com/slideshows/opposite-words-funny/#ixzz34GoOSUTg

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