Are you wondering when you need to use formal and informal words. In this infographic, we share 100 examples of formal vs informal words.
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The tone of your writing is always important. In formal writing it is more serious and respectful. In informal writing it is more casual and flippant.
Jennifer Frost writes:
Do you know when to use formal or informal language in your writing?
Take a look at GrammarCheck’s latest infographic for 100 sample pairs of common formal and informal expressions (and more):
Formal vs Informal Words: 100 Examples & What You Need to Know
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We hope these examples of formal vs informal words help you understand the difference between the two.
Source for infographic: Grammar Check
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