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Confusing Words In English

Hole & Whole


Hole – means a space in something

  • I have a big hole in my sweater.
  • Do you know, that you have a hole in your pants?
  • My sister made a hole in the sofa.
  • My dogs like to dig holes in the soil (ground).
  • Why is there a hole in the wall?

Whole – complete; not part; all of something

  • My friend just finished the whole cake.
  • Did you just use the whole bag of rice?
  • I listen to the whole English lesson.
  • Why didn't the dog eat the her whole bowl of food? Is she sick?
  • One day the whole world will be peaceful.

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