It´s my first time using this....
and I would like to know
what´s the diference between little and small ??
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Dawood Usmani

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Small and little are both adjectives. We use small to talk about the size of something.
Your cat is very small.
Can I have two small pizzas please?

We can use little to refer to size, but we usually use it with another adjective to express an emotion.
You're a silly little boy.
Nobody's looking after that poor little dog.

In comparative and superlative form, small is more common in British English, and little is more common in American English.
That's the smallest phone I've ever seen. (British English)
That's the littlest phone I've ever seen. (American English)

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