English Grammar Basic Similar words

The difference between “hate” and “hate”

The difference between“I hate it“y“I hate it“

“Loath“y“Loathe“they are easy to confuse because they both describe negativity towards something.

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“Loath“ significa“reluctant“.

  • He is loath to take a bath. ✔️
    (“Loath“is followed by“to.“It rhymes with“both.“)

“Loathe“ significa“to hate“.

  • Dexter loathes bath night. ✔️
    (“Loathe“is not followed by“to.“It rhymes with“betroth.“)

More about Loath and Loathe

Writers occasionally confuse“abhorrence“y“abhorrence“. Their meanings are related, since both are related to not liking something.


“annoy“is a verb that means“to hate“. In fact, many consider it even stronger than“to hate“. It can also be translated as“hate intensely“.

Example sentences with“hatred“:

  • She will eat just about anything, but she loathes celery. ✔️
  • I loved the Army as an institution and loathed every single thing it required me to do. ✔️


Loath es un adjetivo que significa“reluctant“.

Example sentences with“loath“:

  • She is loath to join because her friends play for a rival team. ✔️
  • Magazines and newspapers are loath to discuss these types of deals publicly. ✔️
  • At daybreak, when loathe to rise, have this thought in thy mind: I am rising for a man’s work. ❌
    (This should be“loath.“)

Top Tip


  • “Loath“is always followed by“to.“
  • “Loathe“is never followed by“to.“
  • Confusion Also Occurs in Speech

    La gente confunde“hatred“y“hatred“even when they speak. This will help:

  • “Loath“ends in a hard“th“sound. It rhymes with“oath“or“both.“
  • “Loathe“ends in a soft“th“sound. It rhymes with“betroth.“
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