牛津博客词汇辨析：can & may
牛津博客词汇辨析：cite，site & sight
Although cite, site, and sightare pronounced the same, they have different meanings and spellings. Cite means ‘refer to (a passage, book, or author) as evidence for or justification...
牛津博客词汇辨析：principal & principle
The words principle and principalare pronounced in the same way but they do not have the same meaning.
Principle is ...
牛津博客词汇辨析：grisly & grizzly
The words grisly and grizzly are often confused but are quite different in meaning.
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1.in the end 意为“最后，终于”，多用作状语。
牛津博客词汇辨析：infer & imply
1.Imply and infer can be easily confused due to their similar meanings. Imply means ‘indicate the truth or existence of (something) by suggestion rather than explicit reference&rsqu...
牛津博客词汇辨析：affect & effect
Affect and effect are different in meaning, though frequently confused. Affect is chiefly used as a verb and its main meaning is ‘to influence or make a difference to’, as in ...
牛津博客词汇辨析：that & which
Do you sometimes wonder whether to use that or which in a sentence? In many cases, in British English, both words are equally correct.
牛津博客词汇辨析：enquire & inquire
The traditional distinction between the verbs enquire and inquire is that enquire is to be used for general senses of ‘ask’, while inquire is reserved for uses meaning ‘...