Some Synonyms

wound for injuries received from weapons in war and fighting

injure for injuries received in accidents

hurt for any injury to the body, usually minor

damage only for objects and not for persons

examples

many soldiers were wounded in the battle
Two cars collided and the passengers were injured

the goalkeeper hurt his leg in the match
the explosion damaged many shops and houses

Sky/Heaven:

Heaven: the place believed to be the home of God where good people go when they die.

Sky: the space above the earth that you can see when you look up, where clouds and the sun, moon and stars appear.

Both of them mean in Arabic "السماء" but: “Heaven” has a divine meaning, and “Sky” has a general or scientific meaning.

Canal/River:

Canal: a long straight passage dug in the ground and filled with water for boats and ships to travel along.

River: a natural flow of water that continues in a long line across land to sea/ocean

Garden/Park:

Garden: The area of land next to a house, where there are flowers, grass, and other plants, and often a place for people to sit.
e.g. Our house has a small garden.

Park: a large open area with grass and trees, especially in a town, where people can walk, play games etc.

e.g. Let's go for a walk in the park.


Among/Between:

Among: in or through the middle of a group of people or things.

e.g. The girl quickly disappeared among the crowd.

Between: in or through the space that separates two things, people, or places

e.g. I sat down between Mary and Sue
Answer/Reply:

Answer: response to question: the information requested by a spoken or written question

Reply: respond to what somebody says: to say or write something in response to what somebody else has said or written
• replied that she wouldn't be available to take the job

Make/Do:

Make: do something: used with a range of nouns to describe an action, where "make" is used rather than a more specific verb
• She made no effort whatsoever to pass her exams.

Do: a verb indicating that somebody performs an action, an activity, or a task. It is often used as an informal !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!alent of more specific and less frequent verbs, e.g. "do your nails" instead of "paint your nails."
He usually did the cleaning on a Sunday morning.
Sound/voice

Sound: something that you hear, or what can be heard, the sound produced by something (television or radio program, film etc)
e.g. Did you just hear a rattling sound outside?
e.g. We apologize for the loss of sound during that report.

Voice: the sounds that you make when you speak, or the ability to make these sounds, the quality of sound you produce when you sing.
e.g. I could hear angry voices in the next room.
e.g. Sophie's got a lovely singing voice


Bookshop/Library:

Bookshop: a shop that sells books, American !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!alent: bookstore.

Library: a room or building containing books that can be looked at or borrowed, a group of books, CDs etc, collected by one person


floor : the flat surface that you walk on indoors
الأرض الداخلية للغرفة أو المنزل
e.g:The mother is sweeping the floor

ground : the solid surface of the earth
أرض خارجية مكشوفة
e.g: We sat on the ground to eat our picnic





Door/Gate:

Door: the large flat piece of wood, glass etc that you open and close when you go into or out of a building, room, vehicle etc, or when you open a cupboard.
e.g. can you open the door please?

Gate: the part of a fence or outside wall that you can open and close so that you can enter or leave a place.
e.g. Aleppo castle has seven gates.

Long/tall:

Long: measuring a great length from one end to the other, continuing or travelling a great distance from one place to another, continuing for a large amount of time, or for a larger amount of time than usual.
e.g. she has a long hair. Another one:
It is a long way from Aleppo.
A long history of success.

Tall: a person, building, tree etc that is tall is a greater height than normal, you use 'tall' to say or ask what the height of something or someone is
6ft/2m/12 inches etc tall.
e.g. he is young and tall
e.g. How tall is that building

Talk/Speak:

Talk: to say things to someone as part of a conversation, to discuss something serious or important with someone, to produce words and express thoughts, opinions, ideas etc.
e.g. I could hear Sarah and Anna talking in the next room.
e.g. Is there somewhere we can talk in private?
e.g. She was talking so fast I could hardly understand her.

Speak: to talk to someone about something , I spoke to her last Wednesday, to be able to talk in a particular !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, to say something that expresses your ideas or opinions.
e.g. I spoke to her last Wednesday.
e.g. He spoke very softly.
e.g. Do you speak Chinese?

Begin/Start:

Begin: to start doing something , if something begins, or you begin something, it starts to happen or exist from a particular time, if a book, film, or word begins with something, it starts with a particular event or letter.
e.g. As everybody's here, let's begin.
e.g. They began a system of blood tests for employees.
e.g. 'Psychosis' begins with a P.

Start: to do something that you were not doing before, and continue doing it, to begin happening, or to make something begin happening, to begin a new job, or to begin going to school, college etc
e.g. Have you started your homework?
e.g. The party was just getting started when Sara arrived.
e.g. Ahmad starts by explaining some basic legal concepts

Beside : prep. next to or at the side of sb/sth
حرف جر بمعنى بجانب شيء ما
He sat beside her all night

Besides rep. in addition to sb/sth
adv. used for making an extra comment that adds to what you have just said
حرف جر بمعنى بالإضافة إلى , أو ظرف بمعنى بالإضافة إلى ذلك
e.g :I have got no family besides my parents
e.g: I thought the hotel was too expensive. Besides, it was very close to the main road