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Thyme vs. Time

Thyme vs. TimeIn truth, there is in fact a huge difference between the meanings of “thyme” and “time”. Despite their si...

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Vaccinate vs Vaccine

Vaccinate vs. VaccineIt’s quite obvious how the confusion between “vaccinate” and “vaccine” occurs, as the first six letters of both words are completely identical. But the explanation is also quite simple and easy to remember. The m...

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Vacuum vs. Vacuum Cleaner

Vacuum vs. Vacuum CleanerThose who know the meaning of the phrase “vacuum cleaner”, may naturally assume that “vacuum” is just a shorter version, referring to the same cleaning device. But actually, it’s this meaning, and more. Using...

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Valentine vs Valentine's Day

Valentine vs. Valentine’s DayAlthough it’s clear that the latter is the name of a day of celebration, beginners may still be confused by the contexts where these two words are used. And that is because there’s more about them than me...

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Vegan vs. Vegetarian

Vegan vs. VegetarianBoth “vegan” and “vegetarian” refer to a diet that consists of products that are not derived from animals. The best clue to remember this is the beginning of the words, which both start with “veg-”, just like ‘veg...

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Yard vs. Yardstick

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”?...

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Yoga vs. Yogurt

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 ...

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2 years ago

Zero vs. Zilch

Zero vs. ZilchUnlike most confusing word pairs in English, where the main differences are sourced in the meanings of the words, things are different for “zero” and “zilch”. The key and major difference between these two words is actu...

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2 years ago

Zoo vs. Zoology

If you also feel confused by these two words – quite similar in both spelling and significance – then this article is for you. Read the explanations and examples below to understand what ”zoo” means and what ”zoology” is, and how these tw...

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2 years ago

Deal vs. Dealer

Deal vs. Dealer ...

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Dear vs. Deer

Dear vs. Deer ...

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Delegate vs. Delegation

Delegate vs. Delegation ...

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Dental vs. Dentist

Dental vs. Dentist ...

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3 years ago

Fair vs. Fare #2

Are these two words similar to the "mold vs. mould" scenario?  The same definition spelled differently in UK and US English...

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3 years ago

In vs. Inn

So in order to give you a better idea of how common "in" is and how often it is used with multiple and distinct meanings in Engl...

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3 years ago

Miss vs. Missing

Miss vs. Missing ...

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Mold vs. Mole

Even though "mold" and "mole" may look almost identically for the simple reason of coincidence, they refer to completely differe...

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Odd vs. Odds

Odd vs. Odds ...

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Of vs. Off

It may be confusing and hard to know when to use "of" and when to use "off" in your writing. Frankly speaking, there is actually...

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3 years ago

Quiz vs. Test

Quiz vs. Test ...

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Ram vs. RAM

Ram vs. RAM ...

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3 years ago

Reward vs. Rewarding

The pair of words "reward" and "rewarding" can be very tricky. Especially when it's not clear for you which one is the verb and ...

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3 years ago

Offer vs. Offering

If "offer" and "offering" are confusing and causing you to question their accuracy in several phrases, then this article will certainly help you clarify some essential aspects about these words. Check the explanations below and r...

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3 years ago

Pail vs. Pale

Confusing them, sometimes often, is a natural result of how similar they are - so you are owed a clear explanation of their definitions, in order to understand once and for all, when to use "pail" and when to use "pale". So, if y...

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3 years ago

Pain vs. Pane

Pain vs. Pane The first thing to remember regarding the differences between "pain" and "pane" is their gra...

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3 years ago

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Select the sentence with proper parallel structure:
A He enjoys playing tennis and the piano.
B She likes hiking, swimming, and to read books.
C To succeed, one must work hard and dedication is crucial.
D They prefer dancing, singing, and to travel.