The Be to Of — And in That A Have I

cactiHere is something we learned from Michael Quinion’s must-read-once-a-week World Wide Words web page:

One quarter of all that we write, on average, is made up of just ten words: the, be, to, and, of, a, in, that, have, I.

Now you know it, too.

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