Grammar

Kind vs Sort vs Type

Kind vs Sort vs Type
The words are often used interchangeably when referring to grouping and categorizing a person, place or thing. However, there are certain contexts where the words cannot be used in the place of the other.

Type vs Form

Type vs Form
A simple way to distinguish between the two is to use type when referring to classifying or grouping something, while using form when talking about the structure and make of something.

Demonstrate vs Illustrate

Demonstrate vs Illustrate
Illustrates uses images, additional text, pictures and diagrams in order to elaborate on something. On the other hand, demonstrate explains via actions.

Regards vs Thanks

Regards vs Thanks
Regards and Thanks are two valedictions that are considered as informal closings. ‘Regards’ is used when sending someone best wishes or something along those lines. ‘Thanks’ is often used when asking for a...

Best Regards vs Yours Faithfully

Best Regards vs Yours Faithfully
‘Yours faithfully’ is a term is used in a formal letter where the recipient is not acknowledged by name. ‘Best regards’ is a term that is often used for informal letters that are written to friends or close...

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