COMMONLY CONFUSED WORDS
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This lesson explains the difference between CRASH and CRUSH: illustrations, definitions, examples, tips, practice story, final quiz, and answers. Crash and crush are two commonly confused words in the English language. How do you know when to use each one? The two words both sound and look very similar, and each word can be a noun, a verb, and also an adjective. Despite these similarities, the meanings of the two words are not the same. In fact, each word has multiple meanings. It is important t
This lesson explains the difference between BEAR and BARE: illustrations, definitions, examples, tips, practice story, final quiz, and answers. Bear and bare are two commonly confused words in the English language. How do you know when to use each one? Most people are familiar with the most common definition of bear, the brown furry animal that lives in the forest. However, bear can also be used as a verb. Both definitions are pronounced in the same way as bare, which also has multiple meanings.
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