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inclined
When something is "inclined" to do something it is choosing to do it, it cannot be happening by chance
into
"I turned my paper into an A"
in to
"I turned my paper in to a teacher" (you wouldn't say "I turned my essay into a teacher")
imply/implied
To say it
infer/inferred
To hear it
Irregardless
This is NOT a word; the word is regardless
invariably
means "always," not occasionally or often
it's
contraction for it is
its
shows "it" possesses something
inculcate
To impress an idea into something, not a person. So, "my father inculcated in me a love of learning," NOT "my father inculated me with a love of learning"
intensive
a concentrated focus of something "an ____ bombardment" means one directed at a small area
intense
heavy or extreme; "an ____ bombardment" means a severe one
individual
may only be used for "person" when comparing one to a group; otherwise, it's seen as an inelegant synonym for person
internecine
a bloody and violent dispute, NOT a mere squabble
iterate
means EXACTLY the same thing as reiterate -- to say again
idiosyncrasy
note the spelling; it is not ideo- and not -cracy (ON the quiz!)
intrigue
ORIGINALLY meant underhanded plotting ONLY; now it is used to mean fascination