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100 pairs of confusing words - for Working Professionals

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100 pairs of confusing words - for Working Professionals

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Course Overview

It is very common to get confused with the meanings of words that sound / look similar. This course brings to you 100 pairs of words that are often confused in meaning and usage. Each pair is explained in detail with the meaning and usage in such a manner that you will never get confused again. 


Requirements

Ability to read and understand English

Learning Outcomes

  • - Learn the meaning & usage of words that look similar
    - Understand the usage of each word with examples 

    - Ensure superior spoken & written English

     

Features

  • Assured Certification
  • Self-paced learning
  • Unlimited 3-week access

Course Curriculum

  • Lecture: 1
    Confident vs. Confidant
  • Lecture: 2
    Licence vs. License
  • Lecture: 3
    Incite, Incent, Incentivize, Incentive
  • Lecture: 4
    Corroboratively vs. Collaboratively
  • Lecture: 5
    Person vs. Persona
  • Lecture: 6
    Reclusion vs. Seclusion
  • Lecture: 7
    Appropriate vs. Apropos vs. Apt
  • Lecture: 8
    Select vs. Selected
  • Lecture: 9
    Hurdle vs. Hurtle
  • Lecture: 10
    Tortuous vs. Torturous vs. Tortious
  • Lecture: 11
    Hobbling vs. Cobbling
  • Lecture: 12
    Cord vs. Chord
  • Lecture: 13
    Oration vs. Peroration
  • Lecture: 14
    Suffer vs. Suffrage
  • Lecture: 15
    Work out vs. Workout
  • Lecture: 16
    Complacent vs. Complaisant
  • Lecture: 17
    Excoriating vs. Coruscating
  • Lecture: 18
    Particular vs. Specific
  • Lecture: 19
    Due or Owe
  • Lecture: 20
    Cue vs. Queue
  • Lecture: 21
    Proverb vs. Adage
  • Lecture: 22
    Supervise vs. Monitor
  • Lecture: 23
    Caregiver vs. Caretaker
  • Lecture: 24
    Ludicrous vs. Ridiculous
  • Lecture: 25
    Round vs. Around
  • Lecture: 26
    Abstruse vs. Obtuse
  • Lecture: 27
    Compel, Impel and Propel
  • Lecture: 28
    Alternate vs. Alternative
  • Lecture: 29
    Congratulations on vs. Congratulations for
  • Lecture: 30
    Coup d’Etat vs. Coup de Grace
  • Lecture: 31
    Purposely vs. Purposefully
  • Lecture: 32
    Expedient vs. Expeditious
  • Lecture: 33
    Insidious vs. Invidious
  • Lecture: 34
    Avenge vs. Revenge
  • Lecture: 35
    People vs. Persons
  • Lecture: 36
    Hawk vs. Hock
  • Lecture: 37
    Collegial vs. Collegiate
  • Lecture: 38
    Congruent vs. Congruous
  • Lecture: 39
    Estimate vs. Guess
  • Lecture: 40
    Military vs. Militia
  • Lecture: 41
    Social vs. Societal
  • Lecture: 42
    Artist vs. Artisan
  • Lecture: 43
    Clench vs. Clinch
  • Lecture: 44
    Earthly vs. Earthy
  • Lecture: 45
    Prodigal vs. Prodigy
  • Lecture: 46
    Extraneous vs. Superfluous
  • Lecture: 47
    Corporal vs. Corporeal
  • Lecture: 48
    Intrusive vs. Obtrusive
  • Lecture: 49
    Regime vs. Regimen
  • Lecture: 50
    Forgo vs. Forego
  • Lecture: 51
    Principal vs. Principle
  • Lecture: 52
    Focus vs. Locus
  • Lecture: 53
    Elder vs. Older
  • Lecture: 54
    Denounce vs. Renounce
  • Lecture: 55
    Bonds vs. Bounds
  • Lecture: 56
    Discrepancy vs. Disparity
  • Lecture: 57
    Prone vs. Supine
  • Lecture: 58
    Preventive vs. Preventative
  • Lecture: 59
    Flier vs. Flyer
  • Lecture: 60
    Palette vs. Palate vs. Pallet
  • Lecture: 61
    Adverse vs. Averse
  • Lecture: 62
    Ethics vs. Morals
  • Lecture: 63
    Dual vs. Duel
  • Lecture: 64
    Existent vs. Extant
  • Lecture: 65
    Analog vs. Digital
  • Lecture: 66
    Entropy vs. Atrophy
  • Lecture: 67
    Evoke vs. Invoke
  • Lecture: 68
    Precede vs. Proceed
  • Lecture: 69
    Stationary vs. Stationery
  • Lecture: 70
    Archetype vs. Prototype
  • Lecture: 71
    Affect vs. Effect
  • Lecture: 72
    Whether vs. if
  • Lecture: 73
    Allusion vs. Illusion vs. Elusion
  • Lecture: 74
    Capital vs. Capitol
  • Lecture: 75
    Marshal vs. Martial
  • Lecture: 76
    Bad vs. Badly
  • Lecture: 77
    Aisle vs. Isle
  • Lecture: 78
    Reeking vs. Wreaking
  • Lecture: 79
    Humility vs. Humiliation
  • Lecture: 80
    Afflict vs. Inflict
  • Lecture: 81
    Inhibit vs. Prohibit
  • Lecture: 82
    Blatantly vs. Patently
  • Lecture: 83
    Cleave, Cleaver, Clove
  • Lecture: 84
    Warbling vs. Garbling
  • Lecture: 85
    Near East vs. Middle East
  • Lecture: 86
    Breach vs. Break
  • Lecture: 87
    Stanch vs. Staunch
  • Lecture: 88
    Ferment vs. Foment
  • Lecture: 89
    Fleshing out vs. Flushing out
  • Lecture: 90
    Beside vs. Besides
  • Lecture: 91
    Repudiate, Refute, Reject
  • Lecture: 92
    Ingenuous vs. Ingenious
  • Lecture: 93
    Hyper and Hypo
  • Lecture: 94
    Abroad vs. Overseas
  • Lecture: 95
    Gratitude vs. Gratefulness
  • Lecture: 96
    Event and Occasion
  • Lecture: 97
    Peers and Piers
  • Lecture: 98
    Based in vs. Based out of
  • Lecture: 99
    Clamouring vs. Clambering
  • Lecture: 100
    Submissions vs. Submittals

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Shaya Ahmed07 Jul, 2021

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At work, we tend to make some basic mistakes with respect to not distinguishing words that look similar. This is a much needed course for all of us because knowing such subtle differences along with the usage will greatly help in how we communicate with our colleagues and manager at work.

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