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Son vs. Sun

Son vs. SunBesides their similar spellings and the fact that they both function as a noun within most phrases, the words ``son” and “sun” actually have nothing else in common. They are not synonyms, or words from the same semantic fi...

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Lessen vs. Lesson

Lessen Lessen is a verb that means to make something smaller or reduce in amount, intensity, or degree. It is often used to describe the decrease or alleviation of a problem, difficulty, or burden. For example, if a person takes ...

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Form vs. From

Form Form is a noun that refers to the shape, structure, or appearance of something. It can also refer to a document that is filled out to provide information or a request for something. Additionally, it can be used as a verb to describe...

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For vs. Four

Definition of For For is a preposition that is used to indicate a purpose, reason or duration. It can also be used to express support or agreement with someone or something. For is commonly used in the following ways: ...

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Flour vs. Flower

Ground wheat or other grain that you use for baking.The colored part of a plant that produces seeds or fruit.To produce flowers.A plant that has flowers....

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Fast vs. Fat

Moving in a hurry or quick.To give up eating food for a time.Fast colors or dyes don't run or fade when you wash them.Ahead of the right time.Heavy or plump.An oily substance ...

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Breath vs. Breathe

The air that you take into your lungs and breathe out again.If you are out of breath, you have difficulty breathing.When you say something under your breath, you say it very quietly.To take air in ...

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Brake vs. Break

A device to slow down or stop a vehicle.To slow down or stop by using a brake.To damage something so that it's in pieces or no longer works.A rest from working or studying.To stop, as in...

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Bid vs. Bide

Bid Firstly, let us explore the word "bid." As a verb, "bid" typically refers to making an offer, especially in an auction or competitive situation. It implies an act of suggesting a price for an item or a service. Example usag...

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Baking Powder vs. Baking Soda

A white powder used in baking to make dough or batter rise.A white powder used to make dough rise or to make an upset stomach....

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Baggy vs. Bagpipes

Hanging in loose folds, as in baggy shorts.A musical instrument....

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Bagel vs. Doughnut

Origins and Cultural Significance: Bagels, with their origins tracing back to Jewish communities in Eastern Europe, hold a deep cultural significance. They symbolize tradition, Jewish identity, and are often associated with New York City's bu...

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Bag vs. Baggage

A usually flexible container for carrying things.Travelers’ suitcases, bags, and trunks....

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Badge vs. Badger

A small sign with a picture, name, or message on it that you pin to your clothes.A mammal with a gray body and a black and white head that lives in a burrow and comes out at night to eat.To keep asking someon...

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Art vs. Artist

The skill of creating something brautiful by drawing, painting, or making things with your hands.Something that requires a lot of skill, as in the art of Chinese cooking.Forms of entertainment, such as music, theater, and f...

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Arrival va. Arrive

The act of getting to a place.Someone or something that has gotten to a place.To reach a place.To come....

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Applicant vs. Application

An applicant is a person who applies for a job or position at a company or organization. This person has expressed interest in the position and has taken steps to apply, such as submitting a resume and cover letter or completing an online applica...

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Ant vs. Aunt

An ant is a small insect that is known for its hardworking nature and living in colonies. Ants are known to be strong and industrious, often working together in large groups to achieve a common goal. For example, you might say, "I saw an ant carry...

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Another vs. Other

One more of the same kind of thing.A different one.Different; not the same as mentioned.Remaining.More or extra.In the recent past.The rest....

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Alphabet vs. Letter

All the letters of a language arranged in order.A mark that is part of an alphabet.A message that you write to someone or that someone writes to you....

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Algebra vs. Mathematics

A type of mathematics in which symbols and letters are used to represent unknown numbers; for example, 2 * x + y = 7.The study of numbers, quantities, shapes, and measurements and how they relate to each other....

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Agree vs. Disagree

To say yes to something.To share the same opinions.If something agrees with you, it suits you, or is good for you.If you disagree with someone, you have different opinions.To cause discomfort....

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Adverb vs. Verb

A word usually used to describe a verb or adjective.A word that expresses an action or a state of being....

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Advance vs. Advanced

To move forward or to make progress.Happening before something else, as in advance warning.To lend money.A movement forward made by a group of soldiers.If something has reached an advanc...

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Across vs. Cross

Definition and Spatial Connotations: "Across" is a preposition and adverb commonly used to describe movement from one side to another, usually indicating a traversing action over a barrier, obstacle, or distance. It conveys the idea of moving...

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Identify the sentence with correct use of the preposition 'between':
  • A. The agreement is between the two companies.
  • B. The cat is sleeping between the cushions.
  • C. He traveled between Paris and London last month.
  • D. She sat between her friends during the movie.