Grammar Lesson: Peek/Peak/PiqueFriday, May 22, 2009
Peek=to take a quick look.
Have a peek at this document to make sure there are no errors.
She was peeking through the hole in the fence.
I reached the peak of the mountain and felt like barfing.
Friday at 5:00 was the peak of my week.
Pique=to arouse an emotion or reaction
I've got something here to pique your interest. It's located in my pants.
Her appetite was piqued by the cupcake display. Om nom nom.
SERIOUSLY. STUDY AND LEARN. THE CONFUSION BETWEEN THE THREE IS UNACCEPTABLE.