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Excited vs Exited

Excited vs Exited. Don’t get excited that these words are commonly misused because of their similar spellings. Relax and just use ErrNET for your copyediting!

Excited is very enthusiastic and eager; (Physics) of or in an energy state higher than the normal or ground state.

Exited is to go out; leave.

Because of their similar spellings and pronunciations, excited and exited are commonly misused in writing. When you see the results for the first time, you will be very excited to use ErrNET copyediting for all of your writing!

Excited sentence examples:

I’m excited to be one of the co-chairs at this event alongside some amazing personalities.

When water boils, the molecules transform from a ground state to an excited state.

She is so excited to see her son who she hasn’t seen for over three years.

The children were so excited on Christmas Eve to wake up the next morning to open presents that they could not sleep a wink.

I am definitely not excited about going to the dentist tomorrow morning to get my teeth drilled.

It is so nice to have a dog that loves you and is so excited to see you every time you come home.

When I was a kid, I vividly remember how excited I was to see my dad every time he came home from work at the end of the day.

Exited sentence examples:

Before boarding my flight, I had to wait until the passengers from the previous flight exited the plane.

Most of the movie goers exited the theater before the movie was over because the movie was so bad.

The college student quickly exited the library when she spotted her ex-boyfriend from a distance.

Before he exited the store, he made quite a scene and yelled at the clerk for very poor service.

The gunman apparently exited through the back door and escaped after robbing the convenience store.



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