Accept and Except
To accept = to influence
I accept it’s my fault.
The machine only accepts these passbooks which have bar-code.
I cannot accept your religion.
She accepts all things from him.
We accept this play with my team.
To except = to exclude
He is good student except all students.
I will do every work except this work.
You can eat anything except cold things in summer season.
My teacher is best for everyone except all teachers.
Except pizza I like every Chinese food.
Adapt and Adopt
To adapt = to become accustomed
When she went there she easily adapted there weather.
There is very cold and i cannot adapt their climate.
They will adapt hot climate.
To adopt = to take as one’s own
When parents died after that their baby adopted anyone.
They adopted this baby from Anathashram.
We are searching for an adopter for his child.
She is an adopted girl.
Adverse and averse
To adverse = unfavorable
If you don’t study so it’s an adverse effect on your future.
New peoples adversely to old generation.
Excess of exercise had an adverse effect on his health.
He was adversely affected by your regulation.
To Averse = Opposed
He is averse to going to Bombay.
She is averse for doing this work.
Are they averse dancing on the stage?
You averse take this thing.
I am so happy, I did not do work from averse.
Affect and Effect
To affect = to influence
She everyday affect for not come to institute.
Manager was very affecting of his activities.
Her parents affect on their child.
She was the most important influence in my life.
The affected of mechanical action from her work.
To effect = the result
Your scolding will have no effect on him.
This thing does not effect on her body.
His studies very effected by your teach.
No one effect of your training.
All ready and Already
All ready = completed prepared
I have all ready done this work.
I am all ready reached here but no one is come.
She gave to me party all ready.
He takes all ready his extra classes.
We all ready took our breakfast.
Already = previously
I had already completed my graduation when he joined college.
She had already good English speaker.
They have already played in ground.
We already participate on this debate.
You had already joined GMA.
All together and altogether
All together = every one gathered
We will be all together at the bus stand.
Can they do this work to all together?
We will make plan to all together.
They are going there with all together.
All together celebrate her birthday.
Altogether = Entirely
I took this phone altogether 5,000 rupees.
Their family altogether earn money 10,000 to 15,000.
Altogether you are not totally depending on other person.
He depend altogether own self.
Allusion and Illusion
Allusion = reference
Mostly red sign is allusion dangerous to us.
Illusion = false impression
The drugs gave the illusion of a serious accident.
They have the illusion to her that she is very wealthy.
She is under the illusion that he loves her.
Anyone and Any one
Anyone = any person at all
Anyone of you can go and get the dresses for her.
Anyone in at all can write tense chart on the white board.
Anyone who was waiting for her on metro station.
Anyone come to me.
Any one = a particular person a group
Any one with a notebook comes to me.
Any one you eat your lunch.
Any one who has own tickets.
Any one who was want to performance on stage?
Beside and Besides
Beside = at the side of
She was standing beside the Paul.
His house is beside my house.
He is sitting beside the table.
His academy beside the Nazeer Hotel.
Besides = except
She learns everything besides the verb drill.
He can do every work besides the mechanical works.
I select every girl for teach besides boys.
Sir teaches us English besides all subjects.
I’ll give you party besides student.
Capital and Capitol
Capital = city of wealth
He requires a huge capital to start a business.
Delhi is the capital of India.
When we start writing section so word of the first letter is should be always capital.
There is capital buildings is so pretty.
Capitol = government building
Our capitol stays on Delhi Secretariat.
The capitol is in Washington, D.C.
Censor and Censure
Censor = to remove
Many actors to theatre censored to go back from final round.
His mother censors her shoes.
Mostly student censored that academy.
The school librarian censored the books.
Censure = to criticize
The school censured to for students discipline.
You censured do anything in your life.
The librarian censured the students for talking.
The celebrities become victims of public censure.
Cite and site
Cite = to quote
We cite put on my website.
She did cite enough references in her article.
He writes cite with own self.
Site = a place
His tenses describe on Ganga site.
We can search anything on any site.
She is famous on our site.
Her speech described a site in America.
Climactic and climatic
Climactic = highest intensity
Mostly techniques do not reach a right climactic.
Some of the Hindi movies do not have a climactic ending.
It was not the climactic event of the day.
Climatic = weather
There climatic very cold.
She likes there climatic.
Todays climatic is going very bad.
The climatic conditions were excellent.
In his house climatic is very hot.
Coarse and course
Coarse = rough
Mandawali road is very coarse.
His skin is too coarse.
Have you any coarse notebook for write-down this.
He uses coarse language while speaking to foreigners.
In villages floors is mostly coarse.
Course = a study
Your course you have done or not.
She course is pursuing in school but i have done.
My 12th course is also including in graduation.
These courses will do in our academy.
You come in school then you take your course.
Complement and Compliment
Complement = to go with
This jeweler will complement her new dress.
A fine wine is a perfect complement to the dinner.
She is perfect complement to her.
That hat will complement her new coat.
I will give you party complement my birthday party.
To compliment = to flatter
I gave her a written compliment for her excellent dance performance.
She compliments his on his dressing sense.
He again & again compliment on her character.
Conscience and Conscious
Conscience = moral principle
He has very well conscience.
He has no conscience about his cruelty.
Her conscience bothered her after she said it.
Conscious = Aware
I conscious to him for his exams come.
She was conscious of her mistake.
Our parents’ conscious to their child for every incident.
Continual and Continuous
Continual = repeated regularly
My college was good continually in my time.
Her life of the day continual is very bad.
You are doing this mistake continual.
She complained continually of her study.
He doesn’t open continual his shop.
Continuous = extended without interruption.
He is using phone continuously while sitting in classroom.
They were talking continuous to each other.
It was a continuous problem.
The function is continuously differentiable.
My exams continuously will go.
Elicit and Illicit
Elicit = to bring out
He should elicit information without any reason.
We elicited about their background.
Illicit = immoral
An illicit association with is secretary.
Before 18 years to buy tobacco is illicit work.
Emigrate and Immigrate
Emigrate = to leave a country
Mostly Muslim emigrate India to go to Pakistan on dividing time.
British people were emigrating our country since 1947.
Their entire family emigrate from America.
To Immigrate = to enter a country
Following money more than peoples immigrated to here from Bangladesh and Bihar.
There nobody live with us that’s why we immigrated in Delhi.
She will immigrate in Russia.
Only few plants can immigrate to the island.
Eminent and imminent
Eminent = out standing
The Toni’s dance was very eminent.
Nelson Mandela’s is eminent novelist.
He is a very eminent person for English speech.
They are not eminent people.
Imminent = about to happen
I think something imminent to her.
You imminent fail in your entrance exams.
The conductor’s entrance was imminent.
She imminent unsuccessful in our life.
Everyone and every one
Everyone = unspecified number of people
There everyone was looking only me.
Everyone come to airport for received you.
In institute everyone concentrate on study.
Every one = each individual
Every one will need a ticket to enter.
Today’s generation every one wants to success in our life.
Every one comes in one by one.
Every one necessary learn English.
Farther and further
Farther = distance
You have to go farther to board the bus.
The academy he is looking for is farther from there.
Your college is so farther of his home.
Further = degree
I want to hear his speech further.
She got a good further in medicine from famous medical college.
Further, it has come to my notice.
You show to me your further performance.
Imply and Infer
Imply = to suggest
His silence seemed to imply agreement.
He imply to everyone for speaking English.
Her mother is implying to her becoming doctor.
The author implied that his book was finished.
My friends implied for buy this new phone.
Infer = to conclude
We can infer after 2hours rain will come.
From these activities we can infer quickly we shall learn English.
We can infer that it will be another good book.
In and Into
They were starting own business in same year since 2010.
She talks too much in home.
We were swimming in the river.
My college was very good in my timing.
Sir is sitting inside the room.
Into = direction
Can you come into my house?
I was going into the office.
She is going into a right way.
They walked into the theatre together.
You go into this stream.
Lie and lay
Lie = rest
After into the home i lie down on the bed for some time.
You are a lier people.
He is laying in this time.
He lied to me about his past life.
To lay = to put or place
You lay on table your all things.
Can he go there on lay?
Go and lay down on your bed.
He was laying to me about his experience.
Loose and lose
Loose = not securely fastened
She has all dresses are losing.
They have entered into a loose alliance.
The dog is roaming loose on the road.
These papers were loose in this folder.
Lose = to misplace
He lost a leg in the accident.
I lose my violet in first year.
Twenty minutes are lost because of you.
When she started speak in English then she has her lost confidence.
Maybe and may be
Maybe = possibly
Maybe students will come tomorrow.
It maybe happens to you something wrong.
Maybe I can finish today if I’ll do hurry up.
Maybe tomorrow sir will come late in GMA.
Maybe i can find another book if you stop your work.
May be = might be
She may be getting upset we do not go there.
Tomorrow may be I will come in office.
Call before you go, as he may be not been expecting.
Today may be Dr. Clinic has open.
Precede and proceed
To Precede = to come before
He precedes to her in GMA.
She have preceded modal to him.
Her part in the dance preceded the sing.
The president is preceded by security staff.
To proceed = to go forward
When i was coming GMA in first time then i go forward to GMA.
They forward to this entire msg.
Please forward this book into front.
They proceed with the play even thought it was late.
Principal and principle
Principal = head of school
My college principal is very strict.
She is principal of my school.
We had two principal in my school.
Your principal met to my principal in yesterday meeting.
The principal spoke to the student yesterday.
Principle = a basic truth
Mahatma Gandhi was known for his great principle.
Their principles of composition characterised all their work.
Have you principle for do this work.
He suggested that fairness be principle of all behavior.
Raise and rise
Raise = to move upward
He raises his hand for punishment.
We raise flag on 15 Aug in the sky.
You are raising your speed.
She would raise her business.
Can you raise my time?
Rise = to go up
So many candle kite rise on terrace.
She rose from the attainder to become an officer
The sun rises in the east.
The smoke is rising from the chimney.
We were rising on hills Ares.
Respectfully and respectively
Respectfully = showing respect
That person is very respectfully to our elder.
The mostly teachers respectfully helps their student.
Every people respects to our flag.
Respectively = each in the order given
Every question has each in the order given answer.
Both the matches will be played on Monday and Tuesday respectively.
All students stand in line respectively.
Set and sit
To Set = to put or place
In these set is SSC books.
She has very set ideas on bringing up children.
Can you set all things in my home?
How much books in one set.
To sit = to be seated
They are fighting to each other for sit on the one chair.
Can you sit on that table?
We are sitting here.
He was sitting in this room.
Sometime, sometimes and some time.
Sometime = at an unstated time
I will be here sometime before since morning.
She met to her for sometime yesterday night.
Can you done this work in sometime.
It was to be printed sometime later.
Sometimes = now and then
He meets me sometime.
Sometimes she wished she were back in England.
She speaks loudly sometime.
They sometimes reach late.
Some time = a period of time
I want to talk to you for some time.
He does this work for some time.
There and their
There = place
We went there in summer season.
There are so many places for wandering.
Why don’t you set the things there on the table?
You can take it from there.
There you are! You will make it.
Their = ownership
Their teacher is very strictly teaching them.
They will want to get their pens from of the chair.
It is their dresses.
We are need to their.
Weather and whether
Weather = climate
There weather is very awesome.
Let’s go out. The weather is pleasant now.
They were hoping for good weather.
You buy a suit that weather well.
Yesterday weather was very dirty.
I think that weather will be nice tomorrow.
Whether = choice
It’s your whether you come at my home or not.
No you decide which field you whether for your career.
Have you whether which things you purchase.
I don’t know whether he will come.
Whether you like it or not