Example: Who is that woman? A rite is a ceremony: Final rites for the deceased were held in the church. I bought a stake in a restaurant. Something or someone historical existed in the past. Effect These two are tricky because each word can act as both a noun and a verb. I think she wants me to use it to write her. English has a lot of commonly confused words.
There means at or in that place. I used old cloths to clean the car. Use break to indicate smashing or shattering or to take a recess: My back will break if we put one more thing in this backpack. It's very hot in Florida in August! Confusing Words Examples of Usage, or Other Clarification pail + pale A pail is an old-fashioned word for a bucket. Leaders acting against the public will can foment social tensions or unrest. I'll give you all my baseball cards except for the Micky Mantle. Korean workers are among the most industrious in the world.
So, its a moot point not a mute point. The principal reason for the companys failure was lack of money. Persuade is to talk someone into doing something: Percy persuaded me to help him wash his car. Breathe, with an E on the end, is a verb: Just breathe deeply and calm down. He prefers his matt or matte.
The Amish will raise the walls of a building by noon. Example: Put the book over there. An imperious person is proud and overbearing, and expects to be obeyed. Imaginative कल्पनाशील : Software engineers are imaginative. Respectful refers to showing respect: Be respectful of the people around you, especially if they have sticks. However, I recently saw on a publishers web site! As a verb it means lead to, result in, make happen.
Ephemeral refers to anything lasting for a short period: Truth can be an ephemeral thing; A creek can be ephemeral if it disappears in the middle of summer. A principle is a basic rule or norm. Forceful सशक्त, प्रभावशाली : Her personality was forceful. The cat is licking its paws. We're all ready for summer vacation.
If you are respectful of someone then your words and manner reflect your good opinion of their ideas or character. Respectively refers to the order in which things are given: I gave Wallace and Linda blue and green socks, respectively, means that I gave Wallace blue socks and Linda green ones. They're is a contraction for they are: They're going to a concert tonight. Classical शास्त्रीय : My mother is fond of classical dance. In BrE, anything unsocial fails to conform to the needs of society.
Dreadful sentence I know, but at least it demonstrates the correct usage for all three words. I advise you to study before tests. I need a new car. Adverbs can be confused with adjectives, which also modify things. Use bare as an adjective indicating lack of clothing or adornment: His bare neck burned in the direct sunlight. An explanation of commonly confused words is given at the beginning of the worksheet, and the answers are provided. Descent पीढ़ी, वंश, उतराई : The Mountaineers made their descent before sunset.
A creek is a small stream: The kids loved to play in the creek on a hot summer day. Credible विश्वसनीय : His story was not credible. To faze someone is to fluster or confuse them, whereas phase is mostly used in reference to a stage in someones lifethough it can be a stage in almost anything else: Like most children, Dannys going through a phase of refusing to eat his vegetables. Dinosaurs roamed the earth in the past. Premises are a house or building and the grounds around it: Smoking is not allowed on the premises. Find us on social media! The health consequences of this may affect children, in particular, for the rest of their lives.
A pier is a walkway that juts into a body of water for docking: to he docked his boat at the end of the pier. Healthful सेहतमंद : Morning yoga is very healthful for us. There was a severe tone in Marilyn's voice when she berated Todd for putting the tack in her chair. A might be: The action is affect; the end result is effect. Dessert is a sweet eaten after a meal. As a verb it means to promote or advance something.