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Friday, 10 February 2017

Time To Learn - Difference Between Words...

These are almost similar words but with Different meanings that might surprise some of you..






















47 comments:

PL THE GREAT said...

Time for learning.

Disapproval NOT Disapprovale.


πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†hehehe!

Single Mom said...

Advise and advice still confuse me allot because I use advice more often.


Long live SDK

Single Mom said...

Advise and advice still confuse me allot, I get to use advice more often.


Long live SDK

STARRY LARRY said...

Thanks for this





*Larry was here*

Anonymous said...

Assent??????

Uniq Gem said...

Nice one πŸ‘.

Olu Vee said...

Wow! Thanks Stella.

Anonymous said...

Pills and Tablets struck me. Never thought of the difference. Good job Stella.

Genny le boo said...

Na wa o.... oyibo!

LUCILE COCONUT OIL ABUJA 07059605320 Pin- 2BC6235E said...

Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Good reminder..

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

Good

their --- there

taught ---- thought

is ---- his

buy ---- bye

The Observer said...

Thumbs and Thumps
Bum and Bumps
Should be on that list. Specially for Nigerians

Dark Horse said...

Some people need to knw there's also a difference btw 'I'm' & 'am'. Very important

Anonymous said...

Oga observer pls go and sleep biko. You won't let us hear word with your cheap words mstchewwwwwwwwww.

Candy said...

Lol. I am not am.

Candy said...

Yori Yori you forgot there --- their. Being --- been.

Sandra Unachukwu said...

Advice...noun. Advise...verb

coco Arielle said...

The easiest way to know the difference is always remember "advise" is a verb and "advice" a noun

Sultry Onyx said...

To make it simple- advice is a noun eg I am giving you a piece of advice
Advise is a verb, the act of giving an advice eh I advised you on the proper use of terms.
Hope this helps

The Observer said...

Pained much! Learn now ooo. No be only cheap words, show us d 'expensive words' and how much do they cost?

Monkeynofine said...

OK noted

Daveen Laundry and Dry cleaning Services, Ajah, Lagos. 09072092853. Free pick up and delivery. said...

Nice one...Learning continues.

Chidinma Grace said...

Thanks dear

Single Mom said...

Thank you

Single Mom said...

Thank you

Anonymous said...

Also other common mistakes

Your and You're
Its and it's
Lose and loose

Stella vs STEELA as my mom calls my cousin

English no easy ooh. As bvs will say nah who e epp! Nice post

Tamunomiete

Anonymous said...

This one hard o, when will I learn all these ones finish Na.

Reva's cakes said...

I'm can also be used in place of i am.

Reva's cakes said...

Dump and dumb, cabbage and garbage

Great lady said...

Clean.....no stain or dirt on something again.
Neat..... For something to be properly arranged.

Nice one Stella

Tilly said...

I have heard many Nigerians misuse "base" and "worth". Instead of saying "it is not worth it", they say "it does not worth it". And "i base in Lagos" instead of "i am based in lagos".

Miss Ess said...

Thanks ma'am

Lateesha Pasteries Ajjah Lagos - 07032392414 said...

Inquire / Enquire
Inquiries /Enquires

#Whats the difference

Anonymous said...

Well,these days where most words are being spelt in "abbreviations" e.g "ur" as "your" or "k" as "okay" or "l8r" as "later", you can't rule out the possibility that "am" is intended for "I'm". Just to add that these abbreviations sometimes irritates the hell out of me. Soon we'll be needing classes to understand this new language. Here, I have found some: MIL, DH, FIL. Imagine the effort it took for me to decode! Hissing.... (stopeeeet,issorait,jesox etc. Its not amusing!!!!)

Anonymous said...

I expected to see "being" and "been"

ukwu dimond said...

Thanks Stella.

Cheesi said...

SDK i love u and ur blog

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Anonymous said...

Struck you like lightening???

NiKi Posh said...

Access/Assess
Practise/Practice
As Regards/With Regard
Beside/Besides
Born/Borne
Breathe/Breath
Desert/Dessert
Spare/Spear
Cite/Site/Sight
Past/Passed
Drought/Draught
This/These

Pharaoh D 7th said...

The Poster substituted one for the other.

Tablets are round dosage of medicine.

Pills are tablets and all medicines of different shapes.

Just few mistakes here and there but very very educative which is the intent. Thanks for sharing

Pharaoh D 7th said...

Anon 20.23
You are not alone, I have migraine just trying to figure out what the writer is passing across.

I am yet to fully comprehend how to read pidgin English and now this short hand uses in SMS or chats.

Life should be simple, or probably I am the one losing touch lolz

Olamide Mogaji said...

Nice oneπŸ–’

Anonymous said...

It's a story of "Birds of same feathers..."
Never heard those ...lololol

Mao Akuh said...

Has ......as

Anonymous said...

Ha ha ha! Anon 22:42 that was gross exaggeration on my part. On a lighter note, yes! it struck me almost like lightening.

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