1. Accept v/s Except
Accept means to receive
Except means not including

2. A Lot v/c Alot
A lot means to a large extent
Alot is not an English word

3. All ready v/s Already
All ready means prepared
Already means by this time

4. Apart/ A part
Apart is to be separated
A part if to be joined with

5. Its v/s It’s
Its the possessive form of it
It’s is a contraction for It is.

6. Lie v/s Lay
Lie means to not say a truth
Lay is to put something in place

7. Your v/s You’re
Your is a possessive adjective. it shows possession
You’re stands for You are.

8.Precede v/c Proceed
Precede means to come before
Proceed is to move forward

9. Quote v/s Quotation
Quote means to cite
Quotation is the act of citing

10. Than v/s Then
Than is used with comparisions
Then means at that time, or next

11. Advise v/s Advice
Advise is a verb and means to recommend something
Advice is a noun and means recommendations about what to do

12. Allusion v/s Illusion
Allusion is an indirect reference
Illusion is a false perception of reality

13. Altogether/ Alltogether
Altogether means entirely
All together is applied to people or things treated as a group or gathered with everything in one place

14. Assent v/s Ascent
Assent means to express approval or agreement
Ascent refers to an upward movement

15. Capital v/s Capitol
Capital is the city or town that is the seat of government
Capitol is the building in which the legislative assembly meets.

16. Counsel v/s Council
Council is the meeting for discussion or advice
Counsel means to give advice

17. Lead v/s Led
Lead means to guide someone towards something
Led is the past tense of lead