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Prefix vs Suffix

Prefix vs Suffix
Prefix is a part of a word that is added to another word, in order to change the meaning of it. Like prefix, a suffix is also a word that is added to another word, in order to change the meaning of it. The...

Help vs Favour

Help vs Favour
Some word masters also claim that help is often used when it is needed, while favours are something that are not needed but instead just makes your life more convenient. People claim that help and favour may...

Course vs Programme

Course vs Programme
When used in higher studies (College) in United States or Canada, course refers to a class that usually lasts a semester or one academic term. On the other hand, programme is another term that is used for the...

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...

Apathy vs Empathy

Apathy vs Empathy
The word apathy is actually absence of emotion or lack of caring. On the other hand, the word empathy means placing yourself in someone else’s position or shoes and feeling their pain as if it was yours.

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