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Reward And Award

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Created Date: Mon 14 May 2012

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What is the difference between Reward and Award?

 

Answer:
Reward is used when someone has done something well.

Example:
+ Susan has been rewarded with a her dream job after months of hard work looking for jobs.
+ Mother: Have you done your homework today?
Son: Yes, mom. I finished the assignment this morning.
Mother: wowww! (so surprised) I will buy you the bicycle you wanted.
=> The son was rewarded with the bicycle he wanted because of his hard work.

Award is also used when someone has done something well. The difference is that this is more formal and an award tends to be something like a certificate or a medal.
Example:
+ Susan was awarded as the best student in the Mathematics class this semester.
+ Tom received an award for getting outstanding results in his class.
+ Mr. Sarfraz Munir successfully defended his Doctoral thesis and was awarded with a PhD degree.


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Financial education should be mandatory component of the school program. To what extent do you agree or disagree with this statement?
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