I'm doing translation exercise, and it comes to a problem.
I used "capacious" to describe a big yard.
(because I learned this word lately.)
Then I check out the answer, it used "spacious".
I consult the Oxford Dictionary, and it says:
Capacious: having a lot of space to put things in.
Spacious: large and with plenty of space for people to move around in.
well, I still can't figure it out.
Are they just the same ?
Or there is a nuanced difference ？
Next is "source" and "resource"
I think "resource" is a abstract word, like "human resource", "social resource".
While I think "source" is a concrete word, like "water source" and "food source", which we can touch or drink or eat.
Is that right?