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Edit This Grammar Lesson: Morning vs. Mourning


Welcome to another Edit This® grammar lesson. In today's blog post, we will discuss morning vs. mourning. Do you know the difference between them?


Morning and Mourning are examples of homophones – words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings – and they trip more people up than you think.


So, let's dive right in, shall we?

I probably don't have to tell you that morning refers to the first part of the day before noon.


* Mornings are the best!

* I am more productive in the morning.

Conversely, mourning is an expression or act of deep sorrow, grief, or a period of bereavement following a significant loss.


* We are all in mourning after the loss of our father.

* Steve mourned the end of his son's football season.


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STEVE GAMEL is the President & Owner of Edit This®, a writing and editing services company in Denton, TX. He is also the author of Write Like You Mean It: Mastering Your Passion For The Written Word. Steve handles anything involving the written word. Give him a call today to help give your business a clear voice.




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