English Most Common Confused Words, Meanings and Example Sentences
Example; The weather has been really bizarre today.
Bazaar: a market in the Middle East
Example; Our university is having its springtime bazaar.
Counsel: advice or to advise
Example; This is a counsel of despair.
Council: group that manages or advises
Example; I’m running for city council.
Dual: having two parts
Example; He has a dual personality.
Duel: contest between two participants
Example; My uncle son had been killed in a duel.
Serial: happening in a series
Example; This man is a serial killer.
Cereal: breakfast food or edible grain
Example; Samuel is eating cereal.
illicit: not allowed by law or against rules
Elicit: draw out a reply or reaction
Loathe: to hate someone or something
Loath: reluctant or unwilling
Infer: draw a conclusion from
Imply: indirectly suggest something
Dessert: sweet cource of meal
Desert: waterless, emtyp area
Lose: be deprived of or fail to win
Loose: set free or unfasten
Current: happening now
Currant: dried grape
Frieze: decoration along a Wall
Freeze: turn into ice
Climatic: relating to climate
Climactic: creating a climax
Queue: row of people or vehicles
Cue: signal to act
Diffuse: spread over wide area
Defuse: make a situation less tense
Envelope: paper container for a letter
Envelop: cover or surround something
Canvass: seek someone’s vote
Canvas: strong type of cloth
Exorcise: drive out an evil spirit
Exercise: physical activiy
Immoral: not following moral standards
Amoral: unconcerned with right or wrong