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Please help with following questions, I am kind of confused.Thank you!

What are the difference between these words and what do they have in common?

1)bath vs bathe(Spoken by aphasic patient
2)tall vs long
3)liberty vs freedom
4)large vs long
5) canary vs parrot?

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