[Grammar] Fit Vs Suit

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Some of you may fnd it difficult to distinguish between “fit” and “suit”. In today’s grammar, let’s look at the difference between “fit” and “suit”.

Source: Cambridge Dictionary

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1. Fit

If something fits you or fits into a place, it is the right size or shape for you or for that place.

i.e. I’ve put on weight and my trousers don’t fit me anymore!

i.e. Will this table fit into the space between the bookshelf and the wall?

2. Suit

If something suits someone or something, it is right for that person or thing or situation, or it makes that person or thing look more attractive.

i.e. Wednesday at ten o’clock for the meeting suits me perfectly.

i.e. That sofa suits the room really well – the colors match the walls.


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

PRACTICE

#1. My car's too big to ___ in this space.

#2. Short skirts don't really ___ me - I don't have the legs for them.

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Results

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