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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.
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 ‘...
牛津博客词汇辨析：learned & learnt
These are alternative forms of the past tense and past participle of the verb learn. Both are acceptable, but learned is often used in both British English and American English, while lea...