Commonly Confused Words in English

English commonly confused words, commonly confused words in english;

Commonly Confused WORDS

Accept: agree to receive or do

Except: not including


Adverse: unfavourable or harmful

Averse: strongly disliking or opposed to


Aloud: Out loud

Allowed: Permitted


Bare: Naked or to uncover

Bear: To carry or put up with something


Born: Having started a life

Borne: Carried


Bough: Branch of a tree

Bow: front of a ship or to bend the head


Canvas: Strong type of cloth

Canvass: Seek someone’s vote


Coarse: Rough or uneven

Course: Direction, school object


Currant: Dried grape

Current: Happening now


Disinterested: Impartial

Uninterested: Not interested


Dual: Having two parts

Duel: Contest between two participants


Loose: Set free or unfasten

Lose: Be deprived of or fail to win


Palate: Roof of the mouth

Palette: Board for mixing colours


Sight: Ability to see

Site: Location or place


Storey: Level of a building

Story: Tale or account


Tortuous: Complex of full or twists

Torturous: Suffering of full or pain


Pole: Long, slender piece of wood

Poll: Vote in an election


Aural: Relating to ears or hearing

Oral: Relates to the mouth or spoken word