If something is efficient, it works well without wasting time or energy.
Between is used with two or more clearly separate people or things. Among is used with a group, crowd, or mass of people or things.
Such is used before a noun with or without an adjective. So is used before an adverb or an adjective without a noun. Sensible is related to common sense.
Sensitive means easily hurt. A sensible person has common sense and does not make stupid decisions.
Policy means a rule of behavior. It is not necessarily connected with politics. Those tablets are really effective. My "Confusing words test" is much better now. The postal service is not as efficient as the telephone service. That idea has been dead for years. So far 50 people have died in the fighting. She was standing among a crowd of children.
I think we are making a big mistake. She has got longer hair than I have.
When I was twelve, I already knew that I wanted to be a scientist. Have you got a cold cream for sensitive skin?
It is not my policy to believe everything I hear. Test your understanding of some commonly confused words with this grammar exercise.
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