Time to up your grammar game Sparkle Writers! Today we are learning the difference between compliment and complement because there is a difference!
Funny enough, these almost similar words get some writers confused when they write too. Fortunately, we are here to help you the best way we can.
What exactly is the difference between ‘compliment’ and ‘complement’? It is simple.
Apart from the obvious ‘i’ and ‘e’ difference between both words, ‘compliment’ means to express praise or admiration for someone or an expression of praise while ‘complement’ means to enhance or complete something else. Pretty easy! Let’s see some examples.
Black complements white in this painting.
It is often said that the woman complements the man in most marriages.
She falls in love with every guy that compliments her beauty.
Most women do not know how to compliment their husband’s strengths.
Now you know the difference. See you next time for another exciting grammar experience.