No. If the observers are disinterested they will walk away and not watch the quarrel.
Yes. Disinterested observers have no bias as to who should win the argument, but they can still watch with interest!
Yes. Disinterested actually means really, really interested.
No. Disinterested isn't even a word!
Yes - 'literally' means something actually happened, and clearly, you are not dead!
Well ... no - you can use 'literally' as hyperbole, but many people will argue with you and point out that you are in fact alive, so it's probably not worth it.
Yes. In fact, you should never use the word 'literally' at all.
No - 'literally' is only ever used as an intensifier.
True - look, they even rhyme!
False - bemused means to be confused, amused means to find something funny
A noun that means an arid land, usually with very little vegetation
A noun that means the sweet course at the end of a meal
A verb that means to abandon a post without permission
A noun that means the quality of deserving something
Yes. Everyday is the adjective, and every day means every single day.
No. The word should be spelled everyday both times.
No. The word should be spelled every day both times.
No. You have them the wrong way around.
True - over time 'incredible' has come to mean 'really good' and incredulous has come to mean 'skeptical'.
False - They sound the same, but incredible doesn't have a link to not believing something.