English as a Foreign Language

Capital vs Capitol

Capital vs Capitol
The word Capital actually has a few different meanings including a place where the country’s major legal decisions take place, uppercase letters in grammar, punishments that include execution, and something...

Teen vs Tween

Teen vs Tween
Tweens refer to a person who hasn’t yet entered the teen years, but they are too young to be called a child. And teenagers are people between the ages 13-19.

Defuse vs Diffuse

Defuse vs Diffuse
Defuse is simple. The literal meaning of defuse is to de-fuse. It basically means to remove the fuse from a bomb or to deescalate or to reduce the danger or tension. Diffuse, on the other hand, means to spread...

Dual vs Duel

Dual vs Duel
Dual means anything that has two parts or two meanings or two applications. Whereas a duel is a fight between two people using swords or guns. As you can see, the two words have very different meanings. Hence...

Peace vs Piece

Peace vs Piece
Peace refers to the absence of conflict, war, and disturbance. It is commonly used to refer to a period where there is little to no conflict.On the other hand, ‘piece’ refers to a part of something whole or a...

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