“Road” Vs “Rode”

Hello Everyone! No doubt, we are keeping fit as usual. This week on wordfact/Grammar shall be on “Road” Vs. “Rode”. This topic is based on special request we received. Remember this sounds same but of different meaning. We cannot say this is simple or hard to know. And as Adelove fun-reader, we cannot deny but to acknowledge that. Now, let’s get into the real business..

Road, as we all know is an open way for travel or transportation. Rode (to ride), past tense of ride,  means to sit and travel on an animal, bicycle or motorcycle, usually while controlling its motion.

Let’s see some examples below:

– The road to success

– The road to victory

– I rode my bike

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