“excuse me”? You may think they mean the same thing, but there is a right time to use “excuse me”, and there is a right time to use “sorry”. They are both apologies but are used in different situations. In this lesson, I will teach you the difference between these two English expressions, when to use which, and how to use them properly. “Sorry” is an adjective that we use for feeling distress, sympathy, disappointment, and more. There are many other situations in which it is appropriate to use it, and I will cover them in this lesson. “Excuse me” is a phrase we use to get somebody’s attention, for interrupting, to judge with forgiveness, and more. I will give you examples for every situation. These are expressions you will be using almost every day, so it’s important to know the difference between the two. Take the quiz to solidify your knowledge, so you can apologize properly and with confidence every time.