Draught or Draft?
Exemple : ‘’There is a draught coming in through the window!’’
“Draught” and “draft” are homonyms and this can cause confusion. “Draught” is a noun with several meanings. It can be used to denote a cold gust of air, the barrel in which beer is stored or can relate to a game which is played on a similar board to chess and which is referred to as “checkers” in American English.
Exemple : ‘’I have written a first draft of my essay.’’
“Draft” is a noun which refers to a plan of a piece of text or drawing in its original form before amendments have been made.