Friday, April 3, 2020

Confusing words

Difference between Exhaustive and Exhausting

In today's 'Learn English' video lesson, we will learn the difference between Exhaustive and Exhausting - two words that are often used interchangeably,...

Difference between A FEW, FEW and THE FEW

Most of us struggle with confusing words in English vocabulary. A common error that English speakers make is to confuse "few" with "a...

Difference between Compliment & Complement

<!---->Most of us struggle with the difference between compliment and complement.Watch this fun video to understand, with examples and pictures, how these two nearly...

Do you know the difference between the words Ensure, Assure &...

In today's 'Learn English' video, we continue our series on homonyms by discussing three words that sound similar but mean different things. These words...

Difference between Accept, Except & Expect

In our continuing series on commonly confused words, we tackle accept, except and expect in this video. With close spelling and similar pronunciations, these...

Difference between some time, sometime & sometimes

We all use the words 'some time', 'sometime', or 'sometimes' in our day-to-day conversations, but do we use the right one?In this video, we...

Difference between the words Fiancé and Fiancée

In our continuing series of commonly confused words, we discuss the difference between fiancé and fiancée in this video. Both words mean someone engaged...

Difference between Discreet and Discrete – WHAT ARE HOMOPHONES?

In today's Learn English lesson, we will learn two words that are often confused with one another - Discreet and Discrete. Discreet and Discrete...

Difference between Simple & Simplistic

Simple means easy and uncomplicated. Simplistic, on the other hand, is very different from simple and is generally used in a negative context. Watch...

Difference between Uninterested & Disinterested

Continuing with our series on confusing words, we will learn the difference between 'Uninterested' and 'Disinterested' in this video.Uninterested means 'not interested'. Disinterested is...

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