Yes, because this one’s bugging the hell out of me. Addressing an increasingly common confusion between two homophones, this lesson deals with the difference between ‘a part’ and ‘apart’.
A lovesick teenager might use the phrase a part like this:
“I am, like, so tot’s head-over-heals for my bf. I am so glad he is, like, a part of my life.”
That same lovesick teenager might use the word apart like this:
“I, like, cannot believe he cheated on me with her. It is, like, totally tearing my life apart.”
Oh the difference a space makes.