June 27, 2019

Choose & Choice

A. Choose:  Examples : I am confused. I can’t choose between these two interesting job offers! Which pair of shoes did you choose to buy? Form […]
April 22, 2019

Economic & Economical

A. Economic: Examples : economic issues. an economic topic. an economic crisis. an economic activity. Use: adjective Meaning:  related to the economy, it implies some relation […]
April 8, 2019


A. WEIGH: Example: Question: How much do you weigh? Answer: 71 kg Use:  Verb B.WEIGHT: Example: Question: What weight are you? Answer: 71 kg Use:  Noun […]
April 5, 2018


A. STUNNED: Example: They looked stunned after receiving the news. Meaning: Very shocked and surprised. B. STUNNING: Example: All her paintings are stunning and meaningful. Meaning: […]
March 28, 2018

CONFUSING WORDS (sensitive & sensible)

1. SENSITIVE: Examples: – Don’t be sensitive to people’s criticism! – It’s really difficult to talk to a sensitive person because you should be careful about […]
December 11, 2017


A. COMPLAIN: Example: People often complain about the quality of food in this restaurant. Form: Verb Meaning: Tell someone you aren’t satisfied with something or that […]
November 11, 2017

CONFUSING WORDS (aspiration & inspiration)

A. ASPIRATION: Example: I should work hard to achieve my aspirations. Meaning: Something that you want to achieve in the future. (ambition) B. INSPRATION: Example: Your […]
November 9, 2017

CONFUSING WORDS (lose & lost & loss)

A. LOSE: Example: Be careful. You will lose your mobile phone. Meaning: no longer have something in possession. Use: Verb (Simple past: lost) B. LOST: Use: […]