enquiry is asking a question and inquiry if making an investigation into something...
not much... the British prefer enquiry.
enquiry is used for asking a question and inquiry for making an investigation. So,you might enquire what time the inquiry begins.
Enquiry and inquiry do not mean exactly the same thing. The en- prefix derives from French, whereas the in- form comes from Latin. According to the Macquarie Dictionary, some organisations such as newspapers tend to prefer the in- form, but a distinction should be made between, for example, an official inquiry and an informal enquiry. For example, a journalist will ring a PR professional and make an enquiry about a topic. Enquiry is used when asking a question or seeking information. Inquiry is for official investigations, IE the senate will hold an inquiry into fuel prices.
Enquiry is a spelling variant of Inquiry and American English usually uses inquiry.In the UK both are technically correct, but in general -- inquiry is used in relation to a formal inquest. Enquiry is used for the act of questioning.
Scientific inquiry is a process of developing an explanation of a question in the natural world (or universe) by testing, investigating and collecting data that will either support or refute your original idea of what's going on. A non-scientific inquiry is one that does not use a systematic collection of evidence or one that tries to find answers to questions about things other than the natural world/universe, such as beliefs. "Is Enceladus a moon of Saturn?" is a scientific enquiry. "Did Jesus believe in Judaism?" is an nonscientific enquiry.
Another way of saying curiousity is to talk about human enquiry
These are two entirely separate fields of enquiry.
These days, the two terms are often used interchangeably. However, there is a difference between the two. Enquiry means to ask a question, and inquiry is a formal investigation. Yet another difference lies in the etymological source of the prefixes 'en' and 'in'. 'En' comes from French, and 'in' from Latin. Inquiry has a formal and official ring to it, while enquiry is informal in its connotation. In general parlance, it is understood that enquire is to be used for 'asking', while inquire is what constitutes 'making a formal investigation'. In reality though, enquiry is preferred in British English, whereas the Americans are more comfortable with inquiry. As a matter of fact, it is only in British English that any attention is paid to the distinction. In US and Australian English, inquiry has, for all practical purposes, taken over. Another way of distinguishing between the two terms, is to know the differences between the Enquiry Based System of Education (ECB) and the Inquiry Based System of Education (ICB). At the ECB, the students are encouraged to be naturally inquisitive and curious, and base their queries on their innate desire to learn. In the latter case, the focus is on conforming to the syllabus, and asking questions which assist with that task, while not paying too much attention to attaining pure knowledge. If you wanted to find a place where you could order your visiting cards, you would make enquiries with your friends or business associates. On the other hand, if a former employer of yours were to withhold your dues, you would get an inquiry instituted against him by the relevant authorities. In spite of there being a clear distinction in the meanings of the two terms, people, more often than not, use them interchangeably. You could say that enquiry is a request for truth, knowledge or information, whereas an inquiry is an investigation into something. For the common man, the two are the same, and he could use the two terms for the same thing, without a thought, and be well understood by everyone. People that are more erudite and aware, would perhaps be more careful with their choice of terms, and use the one that is appropriate for the occasion. However, in certain matters, such as an official inquiry ordered by a court of law, you would think twice before replacing inquiry with enquiry. Summary: 1. Enquiry means asking a question, and inquiry is a formal investigation. 2. The prefix 'en' comes from French, and 'in' from Latin. 3. Enquiry is a request for truth, knowledge or information, whereas an inquiry is an investigation into something. 4. Enquiry is preferred in British English, whereas the Americans are more comfortable with inquiry. 5. In spite of there being a clear distinction in the meanings of the two terms, people often use them interchangeably.
The spelling is different. This is so obvious!
An enquiry into the sudden death of a person is called an inquest.
Execution is not part of enquiry.
The Commission of Inquiry in South Africa investigates issues of public concern.
There is no diffrence. They both mean the same thing.
A query (inquiry) is seeking information. A report provides information.
A letter of inquiry is a letter that you write to a prospective employer to ask if they're hiring. If the employer has not posted an ad seeking new applicants but you are still interested in for them, you can send them a letter of inquiry.
Tender is the enquiry floated by the purchaser for the purchase of any material, completion of work etc. Quotation is the answer given by the supplier to tender enquiry in terms of rate quoted for each item etc.
technlogical design is a plan to go guide you in same kind of work and scientific inquiry is research about same real facts of life
The question is what your trying to answer, and the hypothesis is the guess you make about the answer to the question.
It used to be possible to work out a 3DS unlock key from the enquiry number using an algorithm. This is no longer possible, and now only Nintendo can match a key with an enquiry number.
Means asking a question or wanting to know about something. Example, You put an ad up, and I enquired about it. ( I asked you for some more information.) dictionary.com works best Note that enquiry is the British spelling. . . in the US it's normally spelled inquiry. 1. An act of asking for information. 2. An official investigation. 3. An official process to discover the facts about something bad that has happened. 4. Search for truth, information, or knowledge. 5. Examination of facts or principles through investigation. 6. A close examination of a matter in a search for accurate information or truth. 7. A systematic investigation of a matter of public interest. 8. A legal investigation into a crime or wrongdoing - "the police have opened an enquiry". Note: Enquiry, inquest, inquisition, investigation, probe, research - these nouns denote a quest for knowledge, data, or truth. Expressions using "enquiry": board of enquiry - commission of enquiry - committee of enquiry - exhaustive enquiry - severe enquiry. Words beginning with "enquiry": enquiry-answering, enquiry-based, enquiry-discovery. Word ending with "enquiry": pre-enquiry. Specialty definition using "enquiry": enquiry character
The geological inquiry shows humans are damaging the environment. It is due to the reckless use of resources.
Well, not a medical doctor, usually. But scientists with PhD degrees are called "Doctor", and do plenty of scientific enquiry.