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Fairy vs Ferry
Fairy vs Ferry. The River Thames ferry has been the subject of numerous British fairy tales. Make your writing magical with ErrNET copyediting technology!
Fairy is a class of supernatural beings, generally conceived as having a diminutive human form and possessing magical powers with which they intervene in human affairs.
Ferry is a commercial service with terminals and boats for transporting persons, automobiles, etc., across a river or other comparatively small body of water.
Fairy and ferry have identical pronunciations and are often misused in English writing. Let ErrNET copyediting technology be your fairy godmother for writing errors and magically correct all of your errors!
Fairy sentence examples:
In the story of Cinderella, the good fairy turned a pumpkin in to a beautiful carriage to take Cinderella to the prince’s ball.
In the short story, whenever someone rubbed the old lamp a certain way, a fairy would appear and grant three wishes.
The little girl donned a crown and wings to dress up as a fairy princess for Halloween.
The little boy lost a tooth, put it under his pillow, and tried to stay awake as long as he could to get a glimpse of the tooth fairy.
“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” is one of the most popular fairy tales ever written.
Ferry sentence examples:
The wind was so strong while I was on the ferry that it blew my hat and sunglasses off and into the ocean.
The ferry was headed to an offshore island when it met with heavy fog and collided with a fishing boat.
She was determined to live on an island and was willing to take the two hour ferry ride to commute to work every day.
It takes years of experience and training to become the captain of a ferry boat.
Cars were backed up for half a mile in line for the ferry and it took us over two hours to board.