The difference between“impatient“y“hospitalized“
“Impatient“e“impatient“they are easy to confuse because they sound very similar. However, their meanings are quite different.
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“Impatient“ describes someone who can’t expect anything without getting irritated.
- The clowns will be on soon. Don’t be impatient! ✔️
“Inpatient“ refers to someone who resides in the hospital awaiting care or a procedure.
- The treatment takes three days. You will be treated as an inpatient. ✔️
In English, there is often confusion about the spelling of the adjective“impatient“. More specifically, some writers aren’t sure if the prefix should be“im“o“in“. This situation arises because“inpatient“is also a word.
The adjective“impatient“It is the opposite of“patient“(its antonym).“Impatient“It means having a lack of patience. Describes a person who is easily upset or upset by simple mistakes or having to wait.
The form of the noun is“impatience“.
It should be noted that the prefix“im“it is a way of forming the antonym of a word (that is, its opposite). Confusion arises because adding the prefix“in“is a much more common way of forming an antonym (eg invalid, independent, crazy).
Fortunately, there are rules about the formation of these prefixes.
- In- becomes im- before p, b, and m.
(For example: important, immature, and imbalanced)
- In- becomes becomes ir- before r.
(For example: irrespective, irresponsible)
- In- becomes becomes il- before l.
(For example: illegible, illegal)
Ejemplos en oraciones:
- When someone is impatient and says, ‘I haven’t got all day,’ I always wonder, ‘How can that be? How can you not have all day?’ (Comedian George Carlin) ✔️
- Patience is the art of concealing your impatience. (Author Guy Kawasaki) ✔️
(Here,“impatient“is in its noun form.)
“Hospitalized patient“It is a noun. Refers to a patient residing in the hospital while undergoing treatment. The opposite of“Hospitalized patient“es“outpatient“.
“Inpatient“it can also be an adjective in the following terms:
- inpatient unit
- inpatient care
- inpatient ward
- inpatient treatment
Prevent confusion with the adjective el“impatient“,“inpatient“is sometimes hyphenated (i.e.“inpatient“).
Examples in sentences:
- If you need to stay at the hospital overnight, it means you’re being treated as an inpatient.
- Many alcoholics require inpatient treatment for life-long, severe drinking problems.
(Here,“inpatient“is an adjective.)