Grammar Bomb: Pore VS Pour

You PORE over books, and you POUR words from your mouth.



Pore [THINK: ponder]
Pour [THINK: cup (U)]


Pore means “to read or study with great attention.” You pore over books.”

“…Pour, on the other hand, means “to send flowing or falling,” as in He poured a cup of coffee.”

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