English is usually considered one of a simple language when compare to many complicated language like French and Chinese etc. but one thing to keep in mind while speaking English is to be careful about its grammar. It might be a simple language but one little mistake about English grammar and the whole meaning of your sentence goes from north to south.
There are some homophones in English which sound the same but have different spellings are meanings so one must be careful while using them in your writings. Today, I will discuss one such pair of words that is made and maid. Let’s look at both these word in detail and see how they are different from one another.
Maid as noun:
Her maid Sasha is very sneaky.
Made as verb:
I made pancakes for breakfast.
Sara made a great entrance to the party.
Maid vs. Made:
In a nutshell we can say that maid and made are both homophones which means that they sound the same but have different meanings and spellings so one should be very careful before using their in writing. Maid is a noun which refers to a person or a young girl that works as a domestic worker or helper. Whereas made is the second form of the verb make which means to form or create something.
The maid made great tea.