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Confusing Words > currant and current
Does "bored" mean the same as "boring"? What's the difference between "funny" and "fun"? Here are some commonly confused English word pairs.

CURRANT AND CURRENT
CURRANT - a small round fruit which grows on bushes and is eaten fresh or cooked

Examples:

Blackcurrant berries are a rich source of vitamin C.

Redcurrant fruit is slightly more sour than the blackcurrant.

Blackcurrant jam suits tastes that do not like food too sweet.

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CURRENT (adjective ) -> of the present time; a movement of water, air or electricity, in a particular direction

Examples:

When caught in a strong current - don't panic and swim diagonally across the current, not against it.

If you want a strenuous exercise, go out in the stream and swim against the current.










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