Hi, Cagey First of all, Thank you for your greetings. This is the first time I have visited an English forum, although I often listen to BBC and read the latest news from NYTimes. Please correct the sentences below: I complete my homework. I accomplish my homework. I complete the project. I accomplish ... I complete a goal. I accomplish ... etc. I think complete is a high-school level vocabulary, and accomplish is a college one. Please correct my thoughts about the two words. <<deleted off-topic question >> Thank you so much! FlansGreetings, flans,
Welcome to the forum.
We require context when you ask a question. This means that you should give a sentence or two in which you would use these words.
I can think of a sentence in which I would use any of these words, though different words might give it a different meaning. I can think of sentences in which I would prefer one or the other. We can give you a better answer when we know what you have in mind.
Nobody answer, please, until flans has provided context.