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Faze vs Phase
Faze vs Phase. The phase of finding a real job can faze a recent college graduate. Be sure to check your resume with ErrNET before applying for any job!
Faze is to cause to be disturbed or disconcerted.
Phase is a stage in a process of change or development; to schedule or order so as to be available when or as needed.
Faze and phase are types of homonyms called heterographs, which are words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings. Because of their identical pronunciations, these words are often misused in English writing. After completing any writing, the next phase should always be to proofread it with ErrNET copyediting technology to avoid making mistakes!
Faze sentence examples:
The gunfire in the background did not seem to faze the very focused journalist who was reporting live from Iraq.
None of his actions will faze me because he is a horror of a human being and will stop at nothing to screw you over.
Our most efficient waitress can handle many tables at once, and frequently covers for her coworkers, but taking on the entire restaurant might faze her a bit.
I guarantee you that no political scandal of any magnitude will ever faze the general public.
Being told to “screw off” didn’t faze Mayor John Williams during his inaugural speech before a crowd of more than 200 people on Monday.
Phase sentence examples:
The two countries hope to reach the final phase of their negotiations by early next week.
The new drug was in the preliminary phase of FDA approval.
Being a teenager can be an awkward and challenging phase in one’s life.
Every season, around the same time each year, certain insects are chemically triggered to begin a new phase in their life cycles.
The semi-final phase of the tournament will include only four teams.