This week we are looking at two words which are easily confused: receipt and recipe.
A receipt is a piece of paper that confirms that money or goods have been received.
We’ve got receipts for each thing we’ve bought.
A recipe a set of instructions telling you how to cook something.
This is an old Polish recipe for beetroot soup.
Find out more in our English Usage article.
This blogpost is based on Collins COBUILD English Usage, written for learners of English. For more examples of English usage points, please visit: https://grammar.collinsdictionary.com/english-usage.
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