Bought vs. Brought

Bought vs. Brought The difference between bought and brought is a very simple one. They are both past tenses of two different verbs and have totally separate meanings. BOUGHT ‘Bought’ is the past tense of ‘buy’. Brought is defined as to carry, convey, lead, of cause to go along to another place. E.g. I bought […]

Adverse versus Averse

Adverse versus¬†Averse Let us look at the difference between Adverse versus¬†Averse. Both of them are adjectives. ‘Adverse’ means a sense of hostility. ‘Averse’ is used to describe people and it means feelings that are opposed or declined. It is idiomatic and opposite of willingness or agreement. [The two words Adverse and Averse, are definitely not […]