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Calendar vs Colander
Calendar vs Colander. The calendar says Monday is vegetarian night. Get out the colander and clean the vegetables! Feed your writing a healthy diet of ErrNET!
Calendar is a table or register with the days of each month and week in a year.
Colander is a metal or plastic container with a perforated bottom, for draining and straining foods.
Calendar and Colander have similar pronunciations and spellings. Because of these characteristics, a common error made in writing is misspelling “colander” as “calendar”. ErrNET copyediting technology will strain the errors out of your writing.
Calendar sentence examples:
It seems that cellphone calendars are becoming more popular than the paper versions.
You need to check your calendar because we were supposed to meet at 3:30PM today.
His workplace calendar of swimsuit models was confiscated because his female co-workers thought it was demeaning to women.
A desk calendar is convenient to have when you need to jot down an appointment.
Organized people always use a calendar to stay on top of their busy schedules and remember appointments.
Colander sentence examples:
Please put the berries in the colander and rinse them before eating.
Once your pasta is cooked al dente, strain it with a colander and reserve some of the pasta water to add to the sauce.
A colander is used to strain water, or other liquids, quickly, and that is why they have larger holes than a mesh sieve.
The copper colander polished up so nicely that she put in on display in her kitchen and filled it with fruits and vegetables.
Use a colander with the largest straining holes that you have so the hot water will drain quickly and cease the cooking process.
Since she could not locate her colander, she cracked the lid on the pot a bit to strain the potatoes.
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