Which letters are used the most?

Which letters are used the most?

The top ten most common letters in the Concise Oxford English Dictionary, and the percentage of words they appear in, are:

  • E – 11.1607%
  • A – 8.4966%
  • R – 7.5809%
  • I – 7.5448%
  • O – 7.1635%
  • T – 6.9509%
  • N – 6.6544%
  • S – 5.7351%

Which vowel is used the most?


Is the L silent in almonds?

Is it or is it not pronounced? A: The “l” in “almond” was silent until very recently. More recent standard dictionaries say we can now properly pronounce “almond” either with or without the “l” sound.

What do you call someone who never thinks they are wrong?

ĭn-fălə-bəl. Filters. The definition of infallible is someone or something that is always perfect and right, without any errors or mistakes.

What’s wrong expression?

used for asking someone who looks ill or sad to tell you what problem they have.

Why is more better incorrect?

“better” is a comparative form of “good”, so you do not need to (and should not) say “more better”: say either: It is better than your book. It is far better than your book. Using “more better” is against normal grammar, and if it is used it is uneducated and substandard.

Can you say more correct?

“More correct” is acceptable (especially in the adverbial form “More correctly”). That said, you will usually see “More accurate” instead. “More correct” is certainly used when talking of forms of address.

Can you say more good?

You can do more good. However if you are using it as an adjective (e.g. “my work is good”) then if you improved your work, you would say “my work is better”, not “my work is more good.”

What can I say instead of more better?

What is another word for better?

superior finer
grander enhanced
more desirable more valuable
more advanced more enhanced
more excelling more exceptional

Can you use more better in a sentence?

When something is “better”, it is always just “better” and never “more better”: correct My car is better than yours. wrong My car is more better than yours. It would make sense, syntactically, to say that if “A and B are better than C”, and “A is better than B”, then “A is more better than C than B”.

What is a better word for smarter?

other words for better

  • exceptional.
  • improved.
  • superior.
  • choice.
  • preferred.
  • sophisticated.
  • preferable.
  • prominent.