Need or Knead?
Exemple : ‘’I need to go to the doctor as I am ill.’’
The words “need” and “knead” are homonyms which can result in confusion. “Need” can be used as a verb to express that something is required or wanted very much. It can also be used as a noun to express the same idea; that something is “a requirement.”
Exemple : ‘’In order to make good bread you have to knead it really well.’’
“Knead” is a verb relating primarily to the process of bread-making involving the repeated mixing with the hand and fingers.