The confusion between words is in each and every language. English, as being a language, has also a variety of confusing words. In this post, you will come across two such words that are difficult enough to create confusion. Even some of the writers do not find any differences between these two words. The case is among vs. between. Today, I will define each word separately. I will come up with a proper explanation by giving some examples of each term. I hope that after reading the whole post, … [Read more...]
Confusing Words in English
English has hundreds of confusing words in its vocabulary. Sometimes, even the native English speakers and writers get confused of some words. For instance, there are homophones that sound same but have different meanings. Writers often get confused of homophones. So, in order to make your writing error-free, you must be careful with word choice.
The following list of Confusing Words will help you in clearing up your minds. I have explained and compared many commonly confused words. I hope that after reading each post, you will never ever be confused with your word choices.
Confusion is everywhere whether it is related to speaking or writing. I believe that writers do suffer a lot encountering difficult and confusing words. Homophones in English vocabulary are difficult to understand. Today’s post is also about two terms that are homonyms. All ways vs. always can be one of the problematic cases of English language. I will come up with proper explanation of all ways and always. Continue reading the post to clear yourselves from this muddle i.e. all ways vs. … [Read more...]
Everyday, the writers as well as speakers of English language come across many difficult words. They get confused by the words that sound same but they are having different meanings and usage. Just like ‘already’ and ‘all ready’, we have one more case that causes confusion among people. This particular case is alright vs. all right. So today, we have three words in discussion because ‘all right’ are two words. Is the correct word alright or all right? Let us see what could be the differences … [Read more...]
It happens sometimes that even a professional writer often get confused of some words. He/she cannot decide which word is suitable for any particular passage. Today’s post is about two such words that are closely related to each other in terms of spellings. This is the reason that people get confused taking these two words. Today, I will discuss alter vs. altar and I will try my best to come up with a proper explanation of the words alter and altar. Alter vs. Altar – What is the Difference, … [Read more...]
In most of the cases, people get confused of homonyms that sound same but have different meanings. Today, we are going to face the same confusion. Once again, this post is about homonyms but there is a slight difference. As, this post contains one word and a phrase that sound exactly same but we have to be cleared about the correct usage. So, today’s case is alot vs. a lot. Let us discuss what is exactly a fact behind this case. A Lot vs. A lot – What is the Difference, Definition & … [Read more...]