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    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? All ready/already all ready : used as an adjective to express complete preparedness already : an adverb expressing time At last I was all ready to go, but everyone had already left. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? All right/alright all right : used as an adjective or adverb; older and more formal spelling, more common in scientific & academic writing: Will you be all right on your own? www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? All right/alright alright : Alternate spelling of all right; less frequent but used often in journalistic and business publications, and especially common in fictional dialogue: He does alright in school. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? All together/altogether all together : an adverb meaning considered as a whole, summed up: All together , there were thirty-two students at the museum. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? All together/altogether altogether : an intensifying adverb meaning wholly, completely, entirely: His comment raises an altogether different problem www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Anyone/any one anyone : a pronoun meaning any person at all: Anyone who can solve this problem deserves an award. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Anyone/any one any one : a paired adjective and noun meaning a specific item in a group; usually used with of: Any one of those papers could serve as an example. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Anyone/any one Note : There are similar distinctions in meaning for everyone and every one www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Anyway/any way anyway : an adverb meaning in any case or nonetheless: He objected, but she went anyway . www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Anyway/any way any way : a paired adjective and noun meaning any particular course, direction, or manner: Any way we chose would lead to danger. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Awhile/a while awhile : an adverb meaning for a short time; some readers consider it nonstandard; usually needs no preposition: Won't you stay awhile ? www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Awhile/a while a while : a paired article and noun meaning a period of time; usually used with for: We talked for a while , and then we said good night. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)
    • English Item 03-03 One Word or Two? Maybe/may be maybe : an adverb meaning perhaps: Maybe we should wait until the rain stops. may be : a form of the verb be: This may be our only chance to win the championship. www.upcatreview.com Source: Online Writing Lab (OWL)