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Commonly Confused Words

More & Very


More - is used to compare

  • I like chocolate more than vanilla.
  • We like our new teacher, more than our old teacher.
  • Our new house is more expensive, than our old house.
  • My sister likes fruit more than vegetables.

Very - is used with adjectives

  • Our new house is very expensive.
  • We like chocolate very much.
  • My father works very hard.
  • This laptop is very fast.

Job & Work

Just - Already - Finish - Still

Knew & New

Knew & New Quiz

Keep & Put

Let & Let's

Look In & Look Into

Last & Latest

Latter & Later

Learned & Learnt - With Voice/Audio

Lose & Loose

Lose & Loose Quiz

Look & View

Learn & Study

Macro & Micro

Mail & Male

Mail & Male Quiz

Meet & Meat

Meet & Meat Quiz

Make & Do

Make & Do Quiz

Maybe - Perhaps - Probably

Can't & Must

Can't & Must Quiz

More & Very

Ms. - Miss - Mrs. - With Voice/Audio

Morning & Mourning

Learn & Study

Must Not & Do Not Have To

Borrow & Loan

Notable & Noticeable

By Now - Now - Now On

Near & Nearly

Near & Nearly Quiz

Over & Above

Out & Off

Out & Off Quiz

Out & Off Quiz #2

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Confusing Words Staring With A

Confusing Words Staring With B

Confusing Words Staring With C - D

Confusing Words Staring With E - F - G

Confusing Words Staring With H - I

Confusing Words Staring With J - K - L - M - N - O

Confusing Words Staring With P - Q - R

Confusing Words Staring With S

Confusing Words Staring With T

Confusing Words Staring With U - V - W - X - Y - Z