Yard vs. YardstickTo keep it brief, the short answer is yes! The word “yardstick” is derived from the primary meaning of the word “yard”. Let's check out both below in detail, to understand more.When do we use “yard”?...
Yoga vs. YogurtThe main reason why you may be tempted to believe that “yoga” is connected to “yogurt” is that they both start with “yog-“. However, this is not a case similar to that of “in” & “inside”, or “electric” and “electro...
Do you often find it difficult to distinguish "yoke" from "yolk" because they are spelled so similarly? Well, then it's essential that you remember the definition of each and make sure you don't confuse them, because their meanings are not identical ...
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