English Grammar : Words Often Confused

English Grammar : Words Often Confused

1. Casual (accidental) – Salama is a casual student.

    Casual (pertaining to a cause) – There is no casual explanation of this delay.

2. Cemetery (a burial place) – There is no cemetery in this town.

     Symmetry (harmony) – The symmetry of science is a sign of beauty.

  1. Advice (noun) – We should act upon the advice of elders.

    Advise (verb) – Ali advised his son to work hard.

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