The difference between“Saw“,“Soar“y“Sore“
“Saw“,“soar“y“sore“they are easy to confuse because they sound identical (that is, they are perfect homonyms). However, their meanings are very different.
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Saw, Soar, Sore
“Sierra“,“raise“y“pain“they are common words, and your readers will expect you to use the correct one.
“Saw“is the simple past tense of the verb“to see“. The past participle is“view“.
“Sierra“It is also a noun describing a tool with a serrated blade used to cut wood or other hard materials. The verb“to saw“means to cut something with a saw. past tense of“to saw“es“sawed“.
Example sentences with“saw“:
- I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free. (Sculptor Michelangelo) ✔️
- Egyptian saws were made of serrated, hardened copper which cut on both pull and push strokes.
- When cutting wood along the grain, you should saw at a 60 degree angle to the material.
El verbo“to soar“it means maintaining height in the air without flapping the wings or using engine power.“Volar“it also means reaching great heights. It is commonly seen in the phrase“sky high prices“.
Example sentences with“soar“:
- Don’t just fly, soar. (Dumbo) ✔️
- There is an eagle in me that wants to soar, and there is a hippopotamus in me that wants to wallow in the mud. (Poet Carl Sandburg) ✔️
El sustantivo“pain“it is a raw and painful place in the body. the adjective“pain“means painful or painful. When used figuratively,“pain“is most commonly seen in the following phrases:
- sore winner
- sore loser
- sore spot
- to stick/stand out like a sore thumb
- a sight for sore eyes
Ejemplos de oraciones con“pain“:
- I make sure I’m smiling every day, I’m laughing every day, no matter how sore or achy I am. (Wrestler Booker T) ✔️
(Here,“sore“is an adjective.)
- The virus is spread from person to person by kissing or another close contact with sores.
(Here,“sore“is a noun.)