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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #90538: Confusing Words
then used to indicate what happened or happens next
than used when comparing something or somebody
beside means ' next to '
besides means ' in addition to ', ' also ', ' moreover '
cook a person who prepares and cooks food as their job
cooker a device that is used to heat and cook food
floor something you walk on inside a building/structure
ground something you walk on outside
English refers to someone or something from England
British refers to someone or something from Great Britain
fewer means ' smaller number ', it is used with countable nouns
less means ' smaller amount ' it is used with uncountable nouns
as when you want to talk about the role of somebody or something,
like to express similarity
sight the ability to see
site position or place
strange an adjective that is used to describe something or somebody unexpected
stranger any person who is unknown to you
luck good or bad things that happen to you by chance
lucky someone who has good luck
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