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Caramel vs Carmel
Caramel vs Carmel. There is the most adorable gift shop in Carmel that sells the best sea salt caramels. Sweeten up your writing with ErrNET copyediting!
Caramel is a kind of chewy candy, commonly in small blocks, made from sugar, butter, milk, etc.
Carmel, which is always capitalized, is a town located on the Pacific Ocean in California; a mountain range in NW Israel, near the Mediterranean coast; and a town in central Indiana.
Caramel and Carmel are often misused in writing because of their similar spellings and pronunciations. You will no longer have to worry about misusing these words with ErrNET copyediting technology!
Caramel sentence examples:
My mom used to love making caramel-covered apples for Halloween.
Caramel is probably not a good thing to eat if you have braces or any loose dental work.
Warm, melted caramel over ice cream; need I say more?
When you melt caramel on the stovetop, be sure to watch it closely and stir it frequently because it burns easily.
My father’s favorite snack was a little cube of caramel.
I believe her leather jacket and purse were caramel-colored.
Carmel sentence examples:
The famous Hollywood actor Clint Eastwood was the former mayor of Carmel, California.
Since it was only a two-hour drive, the couple decided to take a day trip to Carmel.
Have you ever been to Carmel?
Carmel is a beautiful, quaint town on the California coast that we highly recommend you visit.
According the 2013 census, the population of Carmel, Indiana is 85,927.
I have only recently heard of Carmel, Indiana but apparently it has been one of the fastest-growing communities in the country.
In 2012, Carmel, Indiana was selected the Best Place to Live in the United States by CNN Money magazine.
The current population of Carmel-by-the-Sea, or simply Carmel, California is 3,722 according to the 2010 census.
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