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Difference Between Some Similar words

Differences Between some similar words in common usage

Advice Advise
It is a noun. It is a verb .
A recommendation or proposal . Give advice to
Example : Teachers advice was usefl for students . Example : The teacher advises troubled students

Affect Effect
Verb Noun
Have an effect upon An impression (especially one that is artificial or contrived)
Example : Will the new scheme affect me ? Example : Will the new scheme will have any effect on me ?

All together Altogether
All at the same time To a complete degree or to the full or entire extent
Example : Let's say 'Yes!' all together Example : It was not altogether her fault .

Altar Alter
Noun Verb
The table in Christian churches where communion is given Make different; cause a transformation
Example : The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city

Amoral Immoral
Adjective Adjective
Lacking any sense of moral standards or principles Deliberately violating accepted principles of right and wrong
Example : Mohan is an amoral man . Example : They considered colonialism immoral.

Appraise Apprise
Verb Verb
Estimate or determine the nature, value, quality, ability, extent, or significance of Inform (somebody) of something
Example: I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional Example : I apprised him that the rent was due .

Aural Oral
Of or pertaining to hearing or the ear . Using speech rather than writing
Example : An animal with a very sensitive aural apparatus . Example : an oral agreement

Discreet Discrete
Marked by prudence or modesty and wise self-restraint Constituting a separate entity or part
Example : a discreet silence Example : a government with three discrete divisions .

Disinterested Uninterested
Unaffected by self-interest Not having or showing interest
Example : I hope this will excuse me from the charge of being disinterested in this matter Example : an uninterested spectator

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