Foreword vs Forward
The word ‘foreword’ is a noun, which means a short introduction at the beginning in a published work / book. It is also referred as preface.For example:
a. The foreword is very important for any book to attract the attention of the readers.
b. The foreword of the book explains the how its thesis fits the current thinking of people.
c. The author addressed the readers in his foreword of his recent book.
The word ‘forward’
is an adverb, which means movement ahead or towards the front. For example:
a. Lisa moved forward to the main road from the grocery store.
b. The President of the nation said, he is looking forward for the implementation all the policies.
c. The mobile phone applications are a giant leap forward in technology.Read the following sentences and fill in the blanks with the right words.
1. The support from the state governments is a necessary for the nation to go _______ (foreword/forward).View Answer / Hide Answer
2. The nuggets ________ (foreworded/forwarded) by the Xavier were well appreciated by his team.View Answer / Hide Answer
3. A world famous professor wrote the ______ (foreward/forward) of this book.View Answer / Hide Answer
4. He faced _________ (foreword/forward) and never looked back.View Answer / Hide Answer
5. I look __________ (foreword/forward) to meeting you next Friday.View Answer / Hide Answer
6. The _____________ (foreword/forward) of the book is very well written and the readers are looking _____________ (foreword/forward) its release.View Answer / Hide Answer
ANSWER: foreword …. forward