English Words Which Confuse Us 4

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English Words Which Confuse Us 4


Belief is a noun
EX: He had strong beliefs.

Believe is a verb
EX: She believes she can do anything.

2. Capital and Capitol

Capital - A capital is where the seat of government is
EX: The capital of the United States is Washington DC. Capital can also mean "wealth" or "a large letter".

Capitol - The Capitol (usually capitalized) is the actual building in which the government and legislature meets
EX: We will travel to the Capitol this weekend.


Breath is a noun meaning "the air pulled into the lungs"
EX: Take a deep breath and relax.

Breathe, with an E on the end, is a verb
EX: Just breathe deeply and calm down.

4. Censor, Sensor and Censure

Censor - It is to prohibit free expression
EX: The principal censored all references to smoking in school publications.

Sensor  - It is something that interprets stimulation
EX: The lights are turned on by a movement sensor.

Censure - It is rebuke, harsh criticism
EX: Morty Skustin was severely censured for putting the frog in the water cooler.

5. Desert and Dessert

Desert means "to abandon" (and can also be a noun, meaning "a wasteland")
EX: Cooley deserted his family when they all got tattoos and lip piercings.

Dessert is the sweet course of a meal
EX: The whole family wanted to have cake for dessert.

6. Discreet and Discrete

Discreet means "modest and prudent"
EX: Please be discreet about the surprise party, we don't want her to find out.

Discrete means "separate and distinct"
EX: Even though they were married, they kept their money in two discrete accounts.

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