English as a Second Language

Carrier vs Career

Carrier vs Career
The word carrier basically means anyone or anything that carries. The word is derived from the verb, to carry. A career refers to what a person does for a living: his job, his profession, his occupation, his...

Passage vs Paragraph

Passage vs Paragraph
A paragraph is a bunch of sentences that are grouped together as they are usually about a similar topic. A Passage, on the other hand, is an excerpt from a text. This excerpt is basically a section of the text...

Forthcoming vs Upcoming

Forthcoming vs Upcoming
The terms forthcoming and upcoming are synonymous for the most part. However, the term ‘forthcoming’ has a more broad range of definitions than ‘upcoming.’ In short, forthcoming means to bring forth or come...

Bare vs Bear

Bare vs Bear
The word ‘bare’ is an adjective which describes the state of being bare, i.e. of being exposed or lacking clothing. Being bare refers to being naked or lacking adornment. The word ‘bear’ is pretty obvious, it...

Accept vs Except

Accept vs Except
Accept is a verb which means to agree to something. It can also mean to receive or take something, to receive it willingly. Except, however is completely different. It denotes that something has been excluded.

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