Both grey with an ‘e’ and gray with an ‘a’ are correct spellings of the colour/shade, grey/gray.
Aide is a noun and means assistant. Aid can be a noun or a verb, and means ‘to offer help’, or refers to the help given.
Breath is a noun that refers to the actual air taken in and out while we breathe (verb form of the noun breath).
Also known as the difference between asking someone to be naked with you, or politely asking them to be patient with you while you figure something out.
Dessert with two s’s is the sweet stuff we eat after dinner. Desert with a single s refers to the sandy, arid regions, as in the Sahara desert.
Honestly, just read the article. It’s one of the better one’s.
All ready (two words) means “totally prepared” or … ready. Already (one word) is an adverb that highlights something as having happened before now or by now.
Possessives show possession or belonging, and are formed with the addition of an apostrophe + s to the end of a noun.
Adjectives tell us how much or to what extent something has a quality or trait. Comparatives compare the amount with something else, whereas superlatives say something has the most or greatest extent of that trait.
A comma splice is when a comma separates two independent clauses without a coordinating conjunction (or semicolon).