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Heal & Heel - Commonly Confused Words In English



Heel - the rear part of the foot, where it joins the leg; the part of a shoe's sole which supports the foot's heel

  • The heel of my foot hurts.
  • Do donkeys have heels?
  • We want to get special shoes that support the heels of our feet.
  • The heels of my feet are hard from walking around without shoes.

Heal - to recover from an injury

  • My dog's leg was broken. My dog's leg is healing very well.
  • I broke my arm. I have to wear a cast till my arm heals.
  • How long will it take my foot to heal?
  • One of the basketball players on the team fell, and hurt his leg. It will take him time to heal.


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Heal & Heel

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Just Already Finish Still

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