Most Commonly Confusing Words: Part 2


Readers!!
The next set of commonly confusing words is given below. We have prepared the list that are more difficult to distinguish. We have already published Set 1 and this set concludes this topic but not your practice. English language has extensive vocabulary. You must practice a lot. 

#1

Confirm: Verb:To make somebody believe something strongly
He confirmed his presence at the part.
Conform: Verb: To thing like others
The bishops were soon active against those who refused to conform to the doctrines of the church.

#2

Difference: Noun: The way in which two things or people are not alike
Find the difference between two pictures.
Deference: Noun: Act that shows respect for someone
Taran bowed his head in deference to his teacher.

#3

Delusion: Noun: A false belief
The people of this village are under delusion.
Illusion: Noun: Something that does not exist, but it seems existing
Everything he said was mere illusion.

#4

Eligible: Adjective: Someone being able to perform a task
He is eligible to take IBPS exam.
Illegible: Adjective: Impossible or difficult to read
His handwriting is illegible.

#5

Envelop: Noun: Something to cover
Bring an envelop to pack the gift.
Envelope: Noun: A flat paper used to send letters
The put the letter in an envelope and posted it.

#6

Farther: Adjective: At a great distance
I have gone so much farther with hundreds of men.
Further: Adjective: In addition to what is already said
He further explained the topic with illustrations.

#7

Idle: Adjective: Not working hard
He has been idle for three months
Idol: Adjective: A statue to be worshiped
Idol worshiping is banned in Muslim religion.

#8

Merry: Verb: Happy and cheery
Eat, drink and be merry.
Marry: Verb: To become the husband/wife of someone
He want to marry his classmate.

#9

Moral: Noun: Standards or principles of good behaviour.
John is a man of morals and ethics.
Morale: Noun: Confidence or enthusiasm at a particular time
Due to his low morale, he lost the match.

#10

Quiet: Calm and without noise
He was quiet and gentle.
Quite: Adverb: To some degree; fairly; entirely
He was quite happy with his wife


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