160 – Accept vs Except – Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

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160 - Accept vs Except - Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

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Accept & except can be confusing for a lot of English learners. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how to use accept & except in your English conversations and writing.
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  1. Hi, could you pls tell me the importance of the last ccomma in below sentence?
    “That shop will accept cash, credit cards, and personal checks for payment.”


    1. Hi Isuru. In American English, we prefer to use the “oxford comma,” This is the comma before the coordinating conjunction. So I can say, I like pizza, pasta, and sushi. The use of this comma is less common in British English, I believe.

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