Were, We’re, Wear or Where?

A common mistake in English is when people use similar words in a different context. Some words are pronounced in almost the same way and people get confused sometimes when to use which word.

One of the most common mistakes in English is the use of were, we’re, wear and where in the wrong context. These words sound very similar but have completely different meanings. You should really pay attention to the context in which these words are used. You can find an overview of the difference below.

werepast simple of ‘to be’You were great last night.
we’rewe areWe’re the best couple ever!
wearto have on you, like clothesI wear new clothes every day.
wherewhen you are talking about a place or locationWhere have you been?


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