Angbeenc's entries Page #13

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Favorite vs. Favourite

While reading or writing, do you ever pause upon favorite and wonder what the correct spellings of it are? His favorite restaurant is that small place in the suburbs. Or ...

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Cancelled vs. Canceled

A student’s best friend and a party lover’s worst enemy, cancel, has two possible forms of past tense, cancelled/canceled. Consider this: The English class has been cancelled...

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Realize vs. Realise

She realized her mistake after it was too late. Or is it realised? Have you ever wondered what is the difference between realise with s and realize with a z...

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Adviser vs. Advisor

Are you a student who needs academic guidance about your future studies? You will be advised to visit the academic adviser. Or is it adadvisor? Does it confuse you which advisor to go when you need counsel regarding your studies? Tod...

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Rain vs. Reign vs. Rein

Some words exist in English language which have same sounds but different meanings. Rain, reign and rein also fall in this category. These three words have almost similar pronunciations but their meanings and usage is totally different. Here are f...

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Shear vs. Sheer

Her sheer hard work sheared all the obstacles in her way to success. Sheer and shear are two words that have the same origin and sound but entirely different meanings. They are often confused...

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Cheap vs. Cheep

Cheap vs. Cheep Cheap and cheep both sound same but their meanings are entirely different. The words with similar sounds but different meaning and spellings are known as homophones. Homophones are misused and often mistaken for each other whil...

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“Advice” vs. “Advise”

This pair of homophones (pair of words that have similar sound but different meaning and spellings) is very commonly mistaken by people while writing. Both of the words have somewhat same meaning but they are different parts of speech when used in...

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“Piece” vs. “Peace”

Give me a piece of cake and then leave me in peace.One of the most commonly mistaken pair of words in English language is piece and peace. Bothare pronounced as ‘pees’ but they spell and mean...

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Compliment vs. Complement

The words compliment and complement sound exactly same but their meanings are totallydifferent. Here are some everyday examples that will help you in better understanding of boththe words.She c...

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“Accept” vs “Except”

“I will accept everyone’s apology except Julia’s.”The words accept and except are homophones (i.e. words with similar pronunciation butdifferent spellings and meanings) a...

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