Difference between farther and further

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We use both farther and further to talk about distance. There is no difference of meaning.

We can use further (but not farther) to mean additional, extra.

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Fairly, quite, rather and pretty
Farther and further
Few and little
Finally, at last, in the end and at the end
Finished: difference between I'm finished and I've finished
Fit and suit: difference

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