Recommended by Kate Robbie
"CITE," "SITE," and "SIGHT"
"Cite" means to quote or reference. "Site" refers to a location. "Sight" relates to seeing or a view. Ex.: Remember to cite your sources. The archaeological site is fascinating. The sunset is a breathtaking sight.
"PRINCIPAL" and "PRINCIPLE"
"Principal" refers to a person in a position of authority or the primary part of something. "Principle" means a fundamental rule or belief. Ex.: The school principal addressed the students. The principal reason for our success is teamwork. Honesty is an important principle to uphold.