Words & Wordplay

Affect vs Effect

Affect vs Effect
The main difference between “affect” and “effect,” is the fact that in most cases “affect” is used as a verb, whereas, “effect” is used as a noun. “Affect” means to have an influence on something. “Effect,” on...

Do vs Does

Do vs Does
Both ‘do’ and ‘does’ are conjugations of the verb, ‘to do’. ‘Do’ is used in the first and second person singular and plural and third person plural. ‘Does’ is used in third person singular.

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.

Accuracy vs Precision

Accuracy vs Precision
Accuracy is the degree of closeness of a measurement of a quantity to a “true” value, while precision is the number of times a measurement is close to a central value.

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