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diff --git a/ext/json/lib/json.rb b/ext/json/lib/json.rb
index d7bc1a2d23d..00fe4cae840 100644
--- a/ext/json/lib/json.rb
+++ b/ext/json/lib/json.rb
@@ -7,13 +7,13 @@
#
# Built on two universally available structures:
# 1. A collection of name/value pairs. Often referred to as an _object_, hash table, record, struct, keyed list, or associative array.
-# 2. An orderd list of values. More commonly named as an _array_, vector, sequence, or list.
+# 2. An ordered list of values. More commonly called an _array_, vector, sequence or list.
#
# To read more about JSON visit: http://json.org
#
# == Parsing JSON
#
-# To parse a JSON string received by another application, or generated within
+# To parse a JSON string received by another application or generated within
# your existing application:
#
# require 'json'
@@ -42,8 +42,8 @@
# puts {:hello => "goodbye"}.to_json => "{\"hello\":\"goodbye\"}"
#
# <tt>JSON.generate</tt> only allows objects or arrays to be converted
-# to JSON syntax. While <tt>to_json</tt> accepts many Ruby classes
-# even though it only acts a method for serialization:
+# to JSON syntax. <tt>to_json</tt>, however, accepts many Ruby classes
+# even though it acts only as a method for serialization:
#
# require 'json'
#