Vocabulary development English phrases with meaning and sentences
Vocabulary Development English Phrases with Meaning and Sentences
September 20, 2018
Confused words nouns often confused with sentences with examples
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words confused misused in english

words confused misused in english

Words Confused & Misused In English



words confused misused in english

Accept

(Took willingly, To accept is to receive)

He accepted my request.

She accepted Coffee from Ramesh without looking at him.

Except

(Not including)

But thickness accepted, she made about the same figure in the street next day.

She defined solitary confinement as an inmate being held in isolation from all except guards for at least 21 hours a day.

Access

(Approach)

He had no access to the Governor.

You need a password to access the website.

Admit

(Confess)

He admits that I was the one who broke the mobile.

(Hospitalize)

He was admitted into the hospital two month ago.

Acknowledge

(To respond)

We acknowledged her love as she winked her eyes very slowly and gently smiled at us.

Pleases acknowledge the receipt of this letter.

Advice(noun)

(Counsell)

Thank you for your good advice.

He gave him a lot of advice, but I don’t think she listened.

Advise(verb)

I advised him that the rent was due.

She advised me to stop all dealings with her.

Allowed

(Permitted)

She is allowed to take leave.

She’s not allowed to kill animals anymore.

Aloud

(Loudly)

Please speak the sentence aloud.

Please read the lesson aloud.

Please sing the song aloud.


words confused misused in english

Bail

(Security)

The accused was released on bail.

The murderer was released on bail.

Bale

(Bundle)

I saw ten bales of cotton there.

Berth

(Sleeping place in a train or aboard a ship)

I got two berths reserved.

Birth

(To be born)

Please accept my heartily congratulations on the birth on your daughter

Brake

The brake of the car is out of order.

Break

I can’t break this stick into two.

Cattle

The cattle are grazing in the field.

Kettle

Place the kettle on the fire.

Check

(Examined)

I have checked his account.

 Cheque

He has to get a cheque cashed.

I got three cheque leaves in my cheque book.

Deer

There are many deer in this forest.

Dear

(Close relationship)

He is very dear to me.

Device

(A Gadget or a piece of equipment for some special purpose)

He thought of a very clever device.

Devise

(Plan)

Can you devise a way out?

words confused misused in english

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