Foreword vs. Forward

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"Foreword" vs. "Forward" in English

What Is Their Main Difference?

These two are pronounced similarly. However, 'foreword' refers to that part of a book which is usually a statement by someone other than the author, while, 'forward' refers to continuing in the direction ahead.d

Differences

'Foreword' refers to the first part of a book that is a comment usually not composed by the author, while, 'forward' refers to continuing in the direction ahead. Check out the examples below:

The horses moved forward slowly.

I usually skip the foreword in books.

Similarities

They only have similar dictations.

Are They Interchangeable?

Since they have totally different meanings, they cannot be used interchangeably. Compare:

✓ The driver drove forward and disappeared.

X The driver drove foreword and disappeared.

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