Hello lovelies, I know it looks like I've not been serious about blogging but really I never planned it this way. Things went terribly wrong but then thanks to my cousin that lent me her device I'll be updating as much as I can till mine gets replaced.
Today let's look at these two words commonly mistaken; junction and juncture.
These words fundamentally mean joining but junction normally means a place where two or more lines meet such as railway lines or electric wires. Juncture means coming together of events, in other words time or moment .
Wrong: at this junction, I have to leave.
Right: at this juncture, I have to leave.