Most Confusing Words in English with Explanation & Usages (2023)

Confusing wordsis a familiar term inEnglish language and grammar because of the differences between similar types of words. There are hundreds confusing words in English you will face frequently. The words which are similar inspelling or pronunciationbut different incase of meaning or usages based on several contexts are regards as confusing words in English language.

Here we would like to discuss on these top 15 most confusing sets of words such as accept vs except, advice vs advise, affect vs effect, any vs some, bought vs brought, data vs datum, excited vs exciting, good vs well, hard vs hardly, interested vs interesting, their vs there vs they’re, to vs too vs two, bad vs badly, (much/many) vs (little/few), and than vs then.

We will discuss the core reason of differences between two or three similar words along with theirpart of speeches, meanings, usages, and examples. Without learning the differences among these words, you are going to get confused in case of using them properly while reading, writing, or speaking in English language.

Confusing Words in English

So, lets learn these words one by one and how they are used in English languages with different meanings on different contexts.

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1. Accept vs Except

In case of these two words‘accept’and‘except’the differences are both in spelling and pronunciation. Most of the learners make mistakes in case of pronunciation here.

AcceptExcept
Acceptis a verb and it to agree to take something or to say‘yes’to an offer or invitationExceptmay be regarded as a preposition or a
conjunction and it means not including; but not or without
Example:
I alwaysaccept good advice.
The girlaccepts his proposal.
Example:
I teach every dayexceptSunday(s).
Everybody will go with usexceptyou.

2. Advice vs Advise

Here the difference between two words‘advice’and‘advise’is only the spelling. In the word‘advice’the alphabet‘c’is used but in the word‘advise’the alphabet‘s’is used instead of the alphabet‘c’.

AdviceAdvise
Adviceis a noun and it means an opinion which someone offers you about what you should do or how you should act in a particular situationAdviseis a verb and it means to give someone advice
Example:
I need someone to give me someadvice.
What is the problem in hisadvice?
Example:
Iadviseeverybody to be nice to their teacher. Headvisesme to stay here till tomorrow.

3. Affect vs Effect

Here, between these two words‘affect’and‘effect’the difference is in pronunciation and also in spelling. One starts with the alphabet‘a’and another one is with‘e’. they are also different parts of speeches.

AffectEffect
Affectis a verb and it means to have an influence on someone or something/to cause them to changeEffectis a noun word and it means the result of a particular influence
Example:
Smoking affectsour health very much.
Your thought affectsthis project.
Example:
His smile had a strangeeffecton me.
Theeffectof the politics is not good.

4. Any vs Some

Remember,‘any’is generally used innegativeandinterrogativesentences in English. But‘some’is normally used inaffirmativesentences in English.

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AnySome
Anyis regarded as a determiner and an adjective. It expresses some, or even the smallest amount or number of something.Someis also a determiner and functions as an adjective that means an amount or number of something which is not stated or not known; a part of something/ a large amount or number of something.
Example:
Unfortunately they didn’t haveanyticket.
Do you seeanybird there?
Example:
I asked the man forsomeboxes there.
He collected somebooks for my exam.

5. Bought vs Brought

These two words have the difference in case of spelling that make the learners confused often.

BoughtBrought
Boughtis the past simple and past participle of‘buy’that means to get something by paying money for it.Broughtis the past simple and past participle of the word‘bring’ that means to take or carry someone or something to a place or a person, or in the direction of the person speaking.
Example:
Iboughta newspaper at the newsagents.
Have you boughtthe last copy of it?
Example:
Shebroughther homework last week.
Hebroughta nice gift for me.

6. Data vs Datum

DataDatum
Datais a noun word and meansinformation, especially facts or numbers, collected to be examined and considered and used to help decision-making, or information in an electronic form that can be stored and processed by a computer’Datumis the singular form of the word‘data’and expresses the similar meaning.
Example:
Thedataare correct.
How muchdatahave you collected?
Example:
Yourdatumis not important.
The collected datumhas lost now.

7. Excited vs Exciting

The word‘excited’refers to a person who becomes excited but the word‘exciting’refers to a feeling or an object that makes a person excited. Both areadjectivesbut one is for person and another one is for object. You have to use these words according to the form of subject.

ExcitedExciting
Excitedis an adjective word and means the feeling very happy and enthusiasticExcitingis also an adjective word that means making you feel excited
Example:
She was soexcitedthat she couldn’t sleep.
I am verymuch excitedafter seeing the place.
Example:
The football match was soexcitingfor all.
This game could be moreexcitingbut not.

8. Good vs Well

Notice carefully the differences of usages of these two words‘good’and‘well’because the word‘good’indicates the characteristics of noun, pronoun or the subject of the sentence where as the word‘well’indicates the type of action of the verb in a sentence.

GoodWell
Goodmeans very satisfactory, enjoyable, pleasant or interesting and it is an adjective word.Wellmeans to act in a good way, to a high or satisfactory standard and it is an adverb word.
Example:
My bird is verygood.
She didn’t speak verygoodEnglish.
Example:
He usually behaves verywell.
She didn’t speak English verywell.

9. Hard vs Hardly

Many learners think that the word‘hardly’is the adverbial form of the word‘hard’. But surprisingly, there is no similarity between these two words based on meaning. Moreover, the word‘hardly’is used to express thenegative expressionin a sentence.

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HardHardly
Hardmeans firm and stiff; not easy to bend, cut or break/ difficult to understand, do, experience or deal with. It is an adjective word.Hardlymeans certainly not which is regarded as an adverb in a sentence.
Example:
She is ahardworker.
It was ahardtest.
Example:
The teacher spoke so fast I couldhardly
hear her.
You can hardlyexpect me to do the test
for you!

10. Interested vs Interesting

Generally, the word‘interested’is used to show interest of a person for something or someone but the word‘interesting’indicates the object that makes a person interested of something. In grammatical classifications, both of them belong to similar category.

InterestedInteresting
Interestedmeans wanting to give your attention to something and discover more about it. This is regarded as past participle/ adjective.InterestingSomeone or something that is interesting keeps your attention because they are unusual, exciting, or have a lot of ideas. It is regarded as present participle/ adjective
Example:
I was veryinterestedin the lesson.
The students are interestedin this study tour.
Example:
It was aninterestinglesson.
Your latest story isinteresting.

11. Their vs There vs They’re

Always remember, the word‘their’is the possessive form of the word‘they’. The word‘there’can be placed as a subject or object in a sentence. When it is used as subject, it is regarded as an‘introductory there’because it helps to start a sentence.

But when the word is used as object, it indicates a place. Moreover, the word‘there’is used as introductory there it comes before the verbs‘be’ , ‘seem’and‘appear’.

Now notice the part‘they’re’. it is simple and a combined short form of the pronoun‘they’and the auxiliary verb‘are’.

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TheirThereThey’re
Theirmeans of or belonging to them. It is considered as a pronoun.Theremeans (to, at
or in) that place/ used to introduce the subject of a sentence. It is an
adverb word.
Thereis the short form of the
full part‘they are’that is(pronoun + verb)which means some
people are…
Example:
They got theirbooks.
I tooktheiradvice in this case.
Example:
My house is overthere.
Thereis a school in this city.
Example:
They’remaking dinner.
They’replaying cricket now.

12. To vs Too vs Two

Isn’t this interesting? The word‘to’, ‘too’, and ‘two’. Surprisingly, the pronunciation of the words‘to’and‘too’is the same so this makes a learners confused. So, notice the spelling of these words.

ToTooTwo
Tois used before a verb to show that it is in the infinitive or used after many verbs of agreeing, needing and wanting. It is simply a preposition.Toomeans more than is needed or wanted; more than is suitable or enough. It is used as an adverb.Twomeans the number 2. It is a determiner or an adjective that indicates the number of
somebody or something.
Example:
I came in this citytomeet you.
They went to the laketoswim.
Example:
I wastootired to continue.
I was hungry,too.
Example:
There are twobooks for him.
Twostudents scored below passing on the exam.

13. Bad vs Badly

The word‘bad’and‘badly’has no similarity in meaning. Both of them have different meanings. Don’t think that the word‘badly’is the adverb form of the word‘bad’.

BadBadly
Badmeans unpleasant; causing difficulties or harm low quality; not acceptable. It is an adjective.Badlymeans very much and it is used as an adverb.
Example:
Your plan isbadfor us.
This food may bebadfor the child.
Example:
Hebadlyneeds the money today.
Ibadlyexpect his help now.

14. (Much/Many) vs (Little/Few)

Here the major differences among these words are based on thecountableanduncountable nouns. The word‘many’and‘few’are regarded ascountable nounsbut the words‘much’and‘little’are regarded as uncountable nouns. Besides, the words‘few’and‘little’are considered asnegativewords in English.

ManyFew
Manyused mainly in negative sentences and questions to mean ‘a large number of’. But Muchindicates a large amount or to a large degree. Both of them are adjectives.Fewused mainly in negative sentences to mean some, or a small number of something. AndLittlemeans small in size or amount. Both of them are adjectives.
Example:
ManyAmericans travel to India.
I collectedmanynews for my project.
They have somuchmoney in the bank.
Example:
There isfewteacher in town.
He hadfewreasons for his opinion.
He hadlittlefood in the house.

15. Than vs Then

As I have observed from my teaching experiences that most of the students make a mistake in using thecorrect spellingof the words‘than’and ‘then’ according to the meaning. So, use the right form on right place considering the meaning carefully.

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ThanThen
Thanmay be a preposition or conjunction. When it is used with‘more’ or‘less’to compare numbers or amounts is regarded as a preposition but when it is used to join two parts of a comparison is known as a conjunction.Thenmeans (at) that time (in the past or in the future) or next or after that. It can be used as an adverb.
Example:
He is richerthanI.
I would rather dancethaneat.
Example:
He was youngerthen.
First we must study;thenwe can play.

This lesson is one of the most important topics of our Vocabulary Lessons on this site. I hope, now you can easily ensure thecorrect usages of these wordsafter reading this lesson. Because, I have discussed different meanings and examplesof all the words along with the core reason of the difference. Let us know in comment if you have any suggestion on these confusing words in English. We hope to come back soon with next lesson.

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