Desert vs Dessert | Ask Linda! | English Grammar
This is another set of words that are commonly confused in English. Let?s break it down: "Desert" spelled with one S describes a waterless, empty area. When used For example: Crossing that desert is dangerous. Now, "dessert" spelled with double S is a noun and describes the sweet course usually served at the end of a meal. A good example would be: I had some ice-cream for dessert today. So keep in mind the different pronunciation and meanings when using at "desert" and "dessert". That?s it for today. See you next time!
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