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Buy vs By vs Bye
Buy vs By vs Bye. By the way, if you buy the world’s leading copyediting technology, ErrNET, you can say bye-bye to your writing errors forever!
Buy is to acquire the possession of, or the right to, by paying or promising to pay an equivalent, especially in money; purchase.
By is a preposition that means near to or next to.
Bye is an abbreviation for “goodbye” or “good-bye”.
Buy, by and bye are all pronounced the same but all have different spellings and meanings. Be careful not to misuse them in your writing. If you use ErrNET copyediting technology, you can say bye-bye to your writing errors!
Buy sentence examples:
You should always buy a stock low and sell it high; duh!
Paul Kangas, the former co-anchor of the Nightly Business Report, ended his segment with “I’m Paul Kangas, wishing all of you the best of good buys!” (a pun on “the best of good-byes”).
Whenever you buy a new car, please be aware that it loses about 20% of its value once you drive it off the new car lot.
Now is a very good time to buy a house because it is definitely a buyers’ market.
He would always buy his nieces and nephews extravagant gifts on their birthdays.
If you buy one, you will get another one for free.
By sentence examples:
Do you mind if I sit by you?
You’ve been hit by a smooth criminal!
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The spatula is in the utensil drawer by the oven.
I hope you parked the car close by because these heels are killing me!
Bye sentence examples:
Bye for now.
“Bye-bye, buh-bye now” said the flight attendant to the passengers as they exited the plane.
Bye Bye Birdie is a popular stage musical first performed in 1960 on Broadway.
Okay bye, I’ll see you tomorrow.
I’m going to say bye-bye to my cheating boyfriend.