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English The Easy Way

English The Easy Way

Everybody Can Learn English


Right & Right

Right – means correct

  • The answer is right.
  • Is the bill right? I do not know why the bill came to so much money.
  • My mother is always right.
  • The judge told me I was right.
  • My friends were right about my ex-boyfriend.

Right – the opposite of right

  • I live on the right side of the street.
  • The books are on the right, and the paper is on the left.
  • I am right handed.
  • I broke my right foot.
  • Can we sit on the right side of the concert?


Bark & Bark

See & See

Wait & Weight

Ring & Ring

Duck & Duck

Find & Fined

Fluke & Fluke

Sun & Son

Left & Left

Meat & Meet

Pen & Pen

Rock & Rock

Rose & Rose

Right & Right

Saw & Saw

Spring & Spring

Wound & Wound