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Bear With Me (in this Bare/Bear discussion)

English: A teddy bear named Tommy.

This bear isn’t so bare. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I came across this cute explanation by Jack Ashby of when to use “bear” vs. “bare” and thought I’d share. Enjoy.

(P.S. I strongly believe we all have the right to bare arms! Yes, I do love sleeveless tops.)

Write on!

by Maryann Hammers

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This entry was posted on June 21, 2013 by in copyedit, editing, grammar, language usage, words, writing and tagged , .
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