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I've been wondering for a long time when I should use proof and when prove. They seem so awfully similar and I can't get hands on any good examples that would show the key differences. I know both of the words have to do with confirming or considering as truth of some sort.

What are the key differences between 'proof' and 'prove'? Examples would be much appreciated.

I've been wondering for a long time when I should use proof and when prove. They seem so awfully similar and I can't get hands on any good examples that would show the key differences.

What are the key differences between 'proof' and 'prove'? Examples would be much appreciated.

I've been wondering for a long time when I should use proof and when prove. They seem so awfully similar and I can't get hands on any good examples that would show the key differences. I know both of the words have to do with confirming or considering as truth of some sort.

What are the key differences between 'proof' and 'prove'? Examples would be much appreciated.

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What are the differences between 'proof' and 'prove'?

I've been wondering for a long time when I should use proof and when prove. They seem so awfully similar and I can't get hands on any good examples that would show the key differences.

What are the key differences between 'proof' and 'prove'? Examples would be much appreciated.