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Foreword vs. Forward

Origin:The word foreword originated in mid-19th century: from fore- + word, on the pattern of German Vorwort. The word forward originated from Old English forweard (in the sense ‘towards the future’, as in from this day forward), variant of forth...

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Forego vs. Forgo

Forego as verb:Forego is used as a verb which means to precede in place or time.So Sam went away to his house, whither he found that the money had foregone him.Forgo as verb:Forgo is also used as a verb in English language where it means to go w...

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Flush out vs. Flesh out

As a verb, ...

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Fair vs. Fare

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Farther vs. Further

So is there any difference between the words “farther” and “further?” It seems like people use them intercha...

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Favor vs. Favour

Languages can shift over time, even in different parts of the world. Many differences in spelling and usage ...

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Phase vs. Faze

Words that sound the same but mean different things are difficult to master when learning a new language. Th...

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Fish vs. Fishes

There are many creatures that live in the water. Some taste good, and some do not. Some have scales, and oth...

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Flare vs. Flair

As I’m sure you are well aware, English has a lot of confusing words—and flare and flair are no exception. B...

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Blatant vs. Flagrant

The majority of linguistic issues that writers face on a day-to-day basis really have nothing to do with gra...

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Extortion vs. Blackmail

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Explicit vs. Implicit

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Access vs. Excess

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Evoke vs. Invoke

While these two words aren’t quite homophones or homonyms, they still sound similar enough to cause some con...

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Race vs. Ethnicity

There are few situations where word choice matters more than in discussions of race and ethnicity. Such topi...

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Ethics vs. Morals

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Jealousy vs. Envy

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Emphasize vs. Emphasise

Throughout your writing career, you will need to highlight important points and focus on the most salient aspects of the topic of your writing. Stron...

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Encase vs. Incase

If you have done any significant amount of reading in English, you will notice that some verbs involving placing things in...

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Endeavor vs. Endeavour

History is replete with heroes and would-be heroes going to extraordinary lengths to achieve lofty goals. Many of them did...

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Entitled vs. Titled

There is a lot of information floating around about these two words. Are they both the same? Is one wrong to use? Is one m...

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Envision vs. Invision

As languages evolve, spelling conventions change and some words that used to be correct become mistakes. Most writers no l...

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Endemic vs. Epidemic

If you are a researcher for the World Health Organization, you will need to know how to describe the various diseases and ...

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Either vs. Neither

Despite being just a single letter apart from each other, the two words either vs. neither have completely o...

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Allude vs. Elude

Another set of words I get asked about frequently is the difference between allude and elude. Even though th...

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