APART VS A PART
Apart and a part are often confused because they sound the same but have completely different meanings.
The word apart is mostly used to show separation between two or more things.
For example: He was apart from his family for 2 weeks while he was on holiday in Sudan.
1. A part (two words) can either mean a piece of a larger part or a larger whole.
For example: Can I get a part of that cake? I really like chocolate.
2. In theatrical terms, it can mean a role that is played by an actor.
For example: When an actor chooses a part in a movie, he must consider the characters accent in speech.
Al Jazar: A Minimalist Approach
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