"antics" vs. "antique"
Let’s get straight to the point:
antics (n.) * – funny or strange behaviour
antique (n.) – old and often precious items
* “antics” is always spelt with an “-s“.
- The teacher was not pleased with his students’ antics during the drama class.
- The antics of that footballer each time he scores annoys the referee.
- Antiques can be found in museums and homes.
- My parents inherited lots of antiques from my late great grandparents.