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Beach vs Beech
Beach vs Beech. Ironically, beech trees thrive in a beach climate. Knock on wood if you use ErrNET technology for all of your copyediting needs!
Beach is an expanse of sand or pebbles along a shore.
Beech is any tree of the genus Fagus, of temperate regions, having a smooth gray bark and bearing small, edible, triangular nuts.
Because beach and beech are pronounced the same and differ in only one letter in their spellings, they are often confused and misused in English writing. If you do ever misuse these words, don’t worry, just go relax on your favorite beach and let ErrNET automated copyediting take care of it.
Beach sentence examples:
Thank you for the invitation to your family beach house this weekend.
I need a vacation right now and want to be sitting on a warm beach with a delicious cocktail in my hand.
I love everything about a nice, sunny beach except getting sand all over my clothes and feet.
The kids played all day at the beach and had a great time but one of the children got a bad sunburn.
The best and safest time to be on a beach is when the tides are low.
I usually have a special, cheap pair of sunglasses just for the beach because I often lose them in the sand or ocean.
Beach front property is usually the most expensive real estate on the market, especially in warm climates.
Beech sentence examples:
Have you ever tried a nut from a beech tree?
I tried my first beech nut the other day and it was very tannic and bitter.
The bark of a beech tree cannot heal itself so any scratches, carvings, etc. will last for the life of the tree.
Beech trees are beautiful in the fall when their leaves turn to a beautiful yellow and orange color.
The European beech is commonly grown as an ornamental tree and is widely cultivated in North America and its native Europe.
The gorgeous light gray bark of a beech tree makes for great home decorations.