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    Question words confusion

    Hi, I have been in the US for only about six months now and English is my second language. I am having problems with words that ends like: convenient and convenience. I know both words have the same meaning but how do I use them in different sentences.

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    Re: words confusion

    Convenience is a noun like arrogance, consistancy and fear.

    Convenient is an adjective like arrogant, consistent and fearful.

    I like the convenience of using a microwave oven.

    A microwave oven is a convenient appliance.

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