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Scared vs Afraid

Scared vs Afraid
People get easily confused with these two words Scared and Afraid are adjectives and both express the same degree of fear. The primary difference is Scared can be used for both, before a noun and predicative...

Assure vs Ensure

Assure vs Ensure
The word, ‘assure’ is used as a promise. It is used to make somebody confident about something or to convince them of something. ‘Ensure’, on the other hand, is used to confirm or guarantee something. It makes...

Shall vs Should

Shall vs Should
‘Shall’, most commonly, refers to something that a person must to or intends to do. While ‘should’ is used as a past tense of ‘shall’.

Have Been vs Has Been

Have Been vs Has Been
‘Has been’ is more commonly used to third person tense, while ‘have been’ can be used for both first person and second person. It can also be used as a plural form for third person.

Got vs Have

Got vs Have
The verb ‘have’ commonly refers to “to possess, or own”, while the word ‘got’ is a past tense of ‘get’.’Get’ refers to ‘obtain, posses or go after.”

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