Spelling - common problems
its (possessive pronoun)
- The department cut its budget.
it's (contraction/abbreviation for "it is")
- It's going to be a busy semester.
presently actually means in the future, soon, or after a short time.
- "He will arrive presently." It means soon. It should not be used to mean now. (Use currently if you mean now.)
entitle actually means to give or to render, as in
- "The claim entitles Native Canadians to fish on the land."
This word should not be used in reference to a book, unless one is speaking of the author’s act of giving the book a name, as in "He decided to entitle his book, A Life in Progress." But the book is titled or called A Life in Progress.
- in regard to not ‘in regards to’