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Around the World - Signs Translated Into English
Doctor's surgery, India:
Specialist in women and other diseases.
Restaurant, India:
Open seven days a week, and weekends too.
Hotel airconditioner instructions, India:
Cooles and heates: if you want condition of warm air in your room, please control yourself.
Poster, USA:
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Some Commonly Confused Words in English Language:
Perspicuous: expressing things clearly, with perspicacious: having ready understanding of things.
Complacent: smug and self-satisfied, with complaisant: willing to please.
Appraise: assess, with apprise: inform.
Discreet: careful not to attract attention or give offence, with discrete: separate, distinct.
Loose: unfasten or set free, with lose: cease to have, become unable to find.
Principal: first in order of importance, with principle: a basis of a system of thought or belief.
Affect: make a difference to, with effect: a result, bring about a result.
Loath: reluctant; unwilling, with loathe: dislike greatly.

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