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Mike Prestwood
1. "a lot" and "allot"

a lot, not alot
to a very great degree or extent

"John is a lot better programmer than Dave."

to divide or distribute by share or portion

"I am going to allot you half the analysis."

11 years ago
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Mike Prestwood
2. Quit, Quiet, Quite
  • Quit: to stop, cease, or discontinue
  • Quiet: making no noise
  • Quite: completely, wholly, or entirely
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