Vocabulary

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’.

Only vs Just

Only vs Just
The word ‘only’ refers to ‘a single, lone object’, while ‘just’ means ‘a moment ago’. The word ‘only’ can be used in various ways and depending on the context the meaning of the word changes. In the first...

Homosexual vs Gay

Homosexual vs Gay
Gay is a term commonly used to refer to homosexuals. The term 'homosexual' was first used by Victorian scientists who regarded same-sex attraction and sexual behavior as symptoms of mental disorders...

Lite vs Light

Lite vs Light
‘Lite’ is an informal way of writing ‘light’, but it can only be used in some instances. The term ‘light’ has various different uses in the English language, such as a light product, a source of light, etc.

Ability vs Capability

Ability vs Capability
Ability is the "actual" level of development and capability in the "potential" level of development.

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