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Abstract vs Concrete in Language

Abstract vs Concrete in Language
The term ‘abstract’ refers to the ability to think of concepts that are outside the box, concepts that cannot be felt or experienced using just the five senses. Concrete nouns or concepts are something that...

Homonym vs Homophone

Homonym vs Homophone
Homonym refers to the words in the English language that share the same spelling and the same pronunciation but different meaning. Homophone are words in the English language that share the same pronunciation...

Despatch vs Dispatch

Despatch vs Dispatch
‘Despatch’ is believed to have come from the Spanish word ‘despachar’, meaning “to send quickly” and ‘dispatch’ is believed to have evolved from Italian word ‘dispacciare’, meaning “to dispatch”. There is no...

Inference vs Prediction

Inference vs Prediction
An inference in general can be defined as drawing conclusions based on observations using the five senses. On the other hand, a prediction is a guess that can be made without any evidence. It can be guess that...

Labor vs Labour

Labor vs Labour
The way the word is spelled depends on the where and by whom the text was written. British English (the more popular) uses the spelling ‘labour’, while American English did not see the reason for the ‘u’ and...

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