Grammar Bomb: LOATHE vs LOATH


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“She was loath to tell him that he was free

to loathe homework, but he still had to do it.”

loathe verb [THINK: dislike (e)]

loath  adj [THINK: unwilling (no e)]



2 thoughts on “Grammar Bomb: LOATHE vs LOATH

    • EditingAddict

      Although bazillion is not technically a word, it has been adopted into our language as slang for an exaggerated amount that is nearly unbelievable. In terms of self-correcting “loath” vs “loathe”…I might believe it 🙂 Glad to hear the progress!

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