[Grammar] Economic Vs Economical

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“Economic” and “economical” are all adjectives. And the two words look alike. In today’s grammar, let’s look at the difference between “economic” and “economical”.

Source: Cambridge Dictionary

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1. Economic

We use economic to mean ‘related to trade, industry or money’.

i.e. The economic forecast for next year is not good.

i.e. The President spoke mostly about economic policy.

2. Economical

We use economical to mean ‘not using a lot of money’.

i.e. Hybrid cars are very economical.

i.e. Solar energy for your home is expensive in the short term but it is more economical in the long term.


Have you already known the difference between “economic” and “economical? Don’t worry, we prepare a quiz for you👇it is time to show yourself!

PRACTICE

Results

#1. Our future prosperity depends on ___ growth.

#2. He was ___ in all areas of his life.

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