185 – Sign vs Signature – Confusing Vocabulary Lesson

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Sign and signature are two words that are often confused. For today’s English lesson, let’s look at how to use these two words in English conversation and writing

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Here are the example sentences:

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Signature:

  • Please write your signature on this form.
  • Can you please give me your signature here?
  • You need to put your signature on every document you approve in this office.

Autograph

  • After the performance the actor was at the backstage door giving out autographs.
  • My father has an autograph of Frank Sinatra.

Sign

  • Please sign this form.
  • Can you please sign your name here?
  • You need to sign every document that you approve in this office.

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