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  1. Well, the words are certainly similar in meaning, but there is still a difference between them. It is better to consider an example.
    It's embarrassing to ask a personal question. It's embarrassing to ask for help. It can be awkward with a person. You can describe the word “awkward” as uncomfortable, uncomfortable, uncomfortable.
    Further. It can be a shame to lie to a loved one. Or I'm ashamed of what I said to a person when I was drunk. I'm ashamed that I cheated on my girlfriend, etc.
    SOMETIMES awkwardness refers to something that has not yet been done (awkward to ask, awkward to go outside with bright painted lips). And it is usually a shame just for some act that has ALREADY been committed.

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