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The article in your write-up ended with the question, “Can I have a peice of your pie?”. Looking critically at it, it seems like there is an issue with the spelling of the word “peice”.
Peice and Piece are two words that are confused because of their similarity in spelling and pronunciation, of which one is correct and the other a misspelling of the ideal word.
In this article, I will be looking into the difference between these two words, the reason behind the confusion, and a way of identifying the correct word.
This word is a misspelling of the ideal word “Piece”. It is formed when the letters “i” and “e” are misplaced, thus making the word incorrect.
This error is as a result of the mispronunciation of the ideal word.
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A piece could mean “a part of a whole”. It has other meanings that include:
This same issue appears in the context of “Buisness and Business” where the placement of the “i” and “s” determines the correctness of the word.
One of the easiest ways to remember the ideal word is to use the word “Pie” as in “Piece of Pie” to remember that the “i” comes before the “e”.
Awesome one, I hope this article answered your question.