How to choose the right word – SORT or SOUGHT? Here’s an easy way to remember >

Choose the Right Words

Say both of the words out loud…SORT…SOUGHT. Similar sound – but different meanings and use!

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Are you feeling out of SOUGHTS trying to SOUGHT out whether to use SOUGHT or SORT?

I won’t mention any names –  but I recently read a writer’s “bio” claiming that the writer was  a “sort after” talent.

What sought of writer confuses SORT and SOUGHT? 🙂

Maybe the writer is a good SOURT (An expression for “good looking”)

Anyway, the correct word choice is:

1. SOUGHT-after – not SORT-after  – sought is the past tense of seek – So to be sought-after – is for people to SEEK you.

OR:  He sought help – he was looking for or seeking help.

2. What SORT of writer

3. a good SORT

4. and the sentence at the start of this post:

Are you feeling out of SOUGHTS trying to SOUGHT out whether to…

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