The word old has multiple meanings, and the same is true for new. In this post we’ll look at 10 synonyms for each word and see how they convey different meanings of old and new.
Work vs. Job
The problem with “work” and “job” is in the interconnection between the meanings of the words. To explain one, we often have to use the other, which may lead to confusion and misunderstanding. That’s why in this case ample examples are especially important. Let’s have a close look at the two nouns.
Class vs. Lesson
Class and lesson are among the most frequently used words in English. So, we can often hear something like “Mary took guitar lessons” or “I go to dance classes”. Are the words interchangeable? Let’s find out…
In this post, we will look at synonyms for the word “rain”, common rain collocations, idioms and proverbs. So, make yourself comfortable and enjoy reading and learning...
What is your favorite kind of weather? Do you like it when it's pouring down, or when the sun is beating down? Before you answer, read this post and learn the topic vocabulary. We hope you'll find it useful...
Pay, Pay Off or Pay Out?
Read the post to learn about the differences in meaning and to practice using the verbs pay (for something), pay off and pay out.
Rise, Climb or Go Up?
The difference may seem easy to see, but read this concise post to make sure you really can pinpoint it.